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Turku Eye-tracking Laboratories (Turku EyeLabs)

Turku EyeLabs is a community of researchers applying eye-tracking in research on cognition and learning. Our team aims to support eye-tracking research by sharing know-how on designing experiments, use of different equipment, and applications of various types of analytical tools.
 
The research conducted at the Turku EyeLabs covers various research topics from basic cognitive processes to higher-order cognition, such as learning in different disciplines. We conduct research across faculty boundaries, and bring together researchers with different backgrounds: e.g., psychology, educational sciences, linguistics, and medicine.

Coordinators

People

  • Erkki Anto (MA), Department of Teacher Education
  • Raymond Bertram (PhD), Department of Psychology
  • Natalia Chitalkina (MA), Department of Teacher Education
  • Professor Hans Gruber, Department of Teacher Education
  • Professor Jukka Hyönä, Department of Psychology
  • Timo Heikkilä (BA), Department of Psychology
  • Laura Helle (PhD), Department of Teacher Education
  • Suvi Holm (MA), Department of Psychology
  • Tuomo Häikiö (PhD), Department of Psychology
  • Aki Kyröläinen (PhD), School of Languages and Translation Studies, Russian Studies
  • Elena Mazurova (MA), Åbo Akademi University
  • Professor Mirjamaija Mikkilä-Erdmann, Department of Teacher Education
  • Henri Olkoniemi (MA), Department of Psychology
  • Ilona Södervik (PhD), Department of Teacher Education
  • Seppo Vainio (PhD), Department of Psychology
  • Henna Vilppu (PhD), Department of Teacher Education

Equipment

  • SR Research eye-trackers: EyeLink 1000+, EyeLink 1000, EyeLink II
  • Tobii eye-trackers: TX300, TobiiT60XL
  • Mobile eye-trackers: Tobii Glasses, Dikablis Ergoneers Mobile Eye-Tracking System
  • Software: Observer XT, Tobii Studio, E-Prime 2.0, Noldus FaceReader 6, AcqKnowledge, Matlab
 

20014 Turun yliopisto, Finland
Tel. +358 29 450 5000

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