First year PhD student from Psychology and am currently looking for participants for an eye-tracking experiment

I am currently looking for native English speakers to take part in an eye-tracking experiment. This study aims to investigate how people comprehend narratives. During the session, you will be asked to read different sentences from a computer screen at a normal speed and answer questions while your eye-movements are being monitored. This experiment takes around 30-40 minutes, and you will receive £6 in return for your participation. This study will take place at 7 George Square.


1) Native English speakers from the following countries: U.K., U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland.

2) Normal or corrected-to-normal vision (make sure you are able to see text on a computer monitor about 70 cm away. Please do not wear contact lenses; glasses are fine)

3) No make-up surrounding the eyes

4) No reading/language disorders

5) Over the age of 18 years old

6) Please do not apply for this experiment if you have previously participated in a questionnaire study concerning narrative comprehension by Junyuan (Christy) Gu (you can simply check with us if not sure).

If you are interested in participating in this study or have any questions, please email me at

Thank you in advance for your time! Your participation would be much appreciated!

Chirsty Gu

This project has been approved by the PPLS Research Ethics review panel. Ref No: 53-1920/1