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Modern Languages and Linguistics to host workshop on eye tracking in linguistics

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Modern Languages and Linguistics at the University of Southampton is hosting an all-day workshop on Tuesday 28th March 2017 from 10:30 – 17:00 in Room 2129, Building 65, Avenue Campus, focusing on the use eye tracking in linguistics with particular emphasis on its use in sociolinguistics. The workshop will be run by Dr Duncan Robertson from the University of York and is open to University of Southampton staff and students, linguists and non-linguists.

This hands-on workshop aims to provide an introduction to eye tracking for sociolinguistic perception studies. This will include:
– an introductory presentation on Visual World eye tracking experiments;
– a tutorial detailing how to build an eye tracking experiment in Open Sesame (Python-based experiment building software);
– a tutorial on analysing eye tracking data using the ‘eyetrackingR’ package for R

All software used is open source and available for download on the following links:

The workshop is free but spaces may be limited. If you would like to attend the workshop, please register using this form.

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