Child-friendly mobile eye-trackers to take hearing, language, and literacy research to new populations and environments

Project: Research

Description

Hearing, language, and literacy research is moving out of the laboratory to take place in situ, with a larger, more diverse participant pool in more ecologically valid settings. This innovation requires mobile research infrastructure, including mobile eye-trackers, with remote eye-trackers being the only viable options for children and other vulnerable populations.
We request funding for two remote eye-trackers from Tobii, world-leading manufacturer of child-friendly eye-trackers. When the two trackers are used separately, planning feasibility is increased, enhancing outcomes of more projects. When the trackers are used simultaneously, the rate of data collection is enhanced and ongoing personnel costs reduced.
AcronymMQRIS Small
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/01/1831/12/18