The pupil has long been seen as a unique window into the mind, and researchers are increasingly interested in analysing pupil size data recorded by video-based eye trackers in order to gain insights into cognitive and emotional processes during task performance. This advanced workshop will outline the theoretical rationale for pupillometry, and the key methodological issues that need to be considered by EyeLink users when recording and analysing pupil data.
Pupillometry can potentially reveal important insights concerning cognitive processes and emotional responses during task performance. However, in order to generate meaningful pupillometry data from video-based eye trackers, there are a number of important methodological issues that need to be understood. These include the pupil foreshortening effect, the importance of baseline pupil size measurements, and controlling for a range of non-cognitive influences on pupil size, such as luminance changes. In this advanced workshop, participants will learn how to carry out effective pupillometry research using SR Research EyeLink eye trackers.
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| Standard ticket || GBP 95|