Processing motion implied in language: Eye-movement differences during aspect comprehension
Previous research on language comprehension has used the eyes as a window into processing. However, these methods are entirely reliant upon using visual or orthographic stimuli that map onto the linguistic stimuli being used. The potential danger of this method is that the pictures used may not perfectly match the internal aspects of language processing. Thus, a method was developed in which participants listened to stories while wearing a head-mounted eyetracker. Preliminary results demonstrate that this method is uniquely suited to measure responses to stimuli in the absence of visual stimulation. © 2012 Marta Olivetti Belardinelli and Springer-Verlag.
Huette, S., Winter, B., Matlock, T., & Spivey, M. (2012). Processing motion implied in language: Eye-movement differences during aspect comprehension. Cognitive Processing, 13 (1 SUPPL) https://doi.org/10.1007/s10339-012-0476-6