Eye-tracking as a research method in language testing

Brunfaut, Tineke (2022) Eye-tracking as a research method in language testing. In: Research Questions in Language Education and Applied Linguistics : A Reference Guide. Springer Texts in Education . Springer, Cham, pp. 737-742. ISBN 9783030791421

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Eye-tracking, which involves the recording of people’s eye movements, has only recently been adopted as a research method in the fields of second language learning and testing. This chapter provides examples of studies that have demonstrated how eye-tracking methodology can inform language test theory, development, and validation. It also illustrates the type of research questions it could help answer, while pointing out the need for methodological adaptations to fit the context of language testing.

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