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Minimal reporting guideline for research involving eye tracking (2023 edition)

Reporting guideline provided for?
(i.e. exactly what the authors state in the paper)
Reporting of research studies involving an eye tracker and human or non-human primate participant(s).
Full bibliographic reference Dunn MJ, Alexander RG, Amiebenomo OM, Arblaster G, Atan D, Erichsen JT, Ettinger U, Giardini ME, Gilchrist ID, Hamilton R, Hessels RS, Hodgins S, Hooge ITC, Jackson BS, Lee H, Macknik SL, Martinez-Conde S, Mcilreavy L, Muratori LM, Niehorster DC, Nyström M, Otero-Millan J, Schlüssel MM, Self JE, Singh T, Smyrnis N, Sprenger A. Minimal reporting guideline for research involving eye tracking (2023 edition). Behav Res Methods. 2023.
Language English
PubMed ID 37507649
Study design Clinical trials, Experimental studies, Observational studies
Clinical area Behavioural medicine, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Psychology
Applies to the whole report or to individual sections of the report? Data, Intervention (exposure), Procedure/Method
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Record last updated on October 5, 2023


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