Eye Tracking Device
Eye tracking allows us to track where people are focusing and paying attention visually, which can be useful to understand human behaviour across many areas of Psychology.
This facility houses an EyeLink 1000 and an EyeLink 1000 Plus eye tracker which track people’s visual attention and focus, which in turn allows us to explore factors that can affect human behaviour and decision making.
Participants are seated in front of the eye tracker and presented stimuli on the screen in front of them. These stimuli can be created for many different types of experiments and research interests, and many different responses to these stimuli can be recorded in addition to the eye tracking data, for example: keyboard or mouse responses, reaction times etc.