Eye-tracking as a tool in process-oriented reading test validation

  title={Eye-tracking as a tool in process-oriented reading test validation},
  author={Oddny Judith Solheim and Per Henning Uppstad},
The present paper addresses the continuous need for methodological reflection on how to validate inferences made on the basis of test scores. Validation is a process that requires many lines of evidence. In this article we discuss the potential of eye tracking methodology in process-oriented reading test validation. Methodological considerations are highlighted and special significance is placed on the importance of studying the first reading of a text as well as reading while answering… CONTINUE READING
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