Eye Tracking Facilities

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    The School of Psychology William Guild Building University of Aberdeen Aberdeen AB24 2UB

    United Kingdom



The School of Psychology has several state-of-the-art research facilities and access to special populations (such as patients, healthy older adults, schools, industries, among others) to facilitate cutting-edge research in various disciplines of psychology.

The School has four in-house eye trackers, one of which is available to all faculty members. The Eyelink 1000 system allows the recording of eye gaze at a sampling rate of 1000 Hz. Computerised tasks can be programmed in the Experiment Builder software package available with the system, or using MATLAB or Python based computer programs. The Cornhill campus also has eye-tracking facilities that are accessible to staff and students. For more information about the eye tracking facilities please contact Dr Agnieszka Konopka.


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