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Eye tracking: empirical foundations for a minimal reporting guideline

Holmqvist, Kenneth and Örbom, Saga Lee and Hooge, Ignace TC and Niehorster, Diederick C and Alexander, Robert G and Andersson, Richard and Benjamins, Jeroen S and Blignaut, Pieter and Brouwer, Anne-Marie and Chuang, Lewis L and Dalrymple, Kirsten A and Drieghe, Denis and Dunn, Matt J and Ettinger, Ulrich and Fiedler, Susann and Foulsham, Tom and Geest, Jos N van der and Hanson, Dan Witzner and Hutton, Sam and Kasneci, Enkelejda and Kingstone, Alan and Knox, Paul C and Kok, Ellen M and Lee, Helena and Lee, Joy Yeonjoo and Leppänen, Jukka M and Macknik, Stephen and Majaranta, Païvi and Martinez-Conde, Susana and Nuthmann, Antje and Nyström, Marcus and Orquin, Jacob L and Otero-Milan, Jorge and Park, Soon Young and Popelka, Stanislav and Proudlock, Frank and Renkewitz, Frank and Roorda, Austin J and Schulte-Mecklenbeck, Michael and Sharif, Bonita and Shic, Frederick and Shovman, Mark and Thomas, Mervyn G and Venrooij, Ward and Zemblys, Raymondas and Hessels, Roy S (2022) 'Eye tracking: empirical foundations for a minimal reporting guideline.' Behavior Research Methods. ISSN 1554-351X

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Abstract

In this paper, we present a review of how the various aspects of any study using an eye tracker (such as the instrument, methodology, environment, participant, etc.) affect the quality of the recorded eye-tracking data and the obtained eye-movement and gaze measures. We take this review to represent the empirical foundation for reporting guidelines of any study involving an eye tracker. We compare this empirical foundation to five existing reporting guidelines and to a database of 207 published eye-tracking studies. We find that 10 reporting guidelines vary substantially and do not match with actual reporting practices. We end by deriving a minimal, flexible reporting guideline based on empirical research (Section 6).

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Eye movements; Eye tracking; Data quality; Reporting guidelines; Reporting standards; Reporting practices; Replicability; Reproducibility
Divisions: Faculty of Science and Health
Faculty of Science and Health > Psychology, Department of
SWORD Depositor: Elements
Depositing User: Elements
Date Deposited: 08 Mar 2022 15:09
Last Modified: 18 Aug 2022 10:50
URI: http://repository.essex.ac.uk/id/eprint/32467

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