The eye movement miscue analysis or EMMA lab is a place where researchers use eye tracking technology and miscue analysis to study reading. Researchers use a desktop eye tracker and a mobile eye machine to examine how various participants read a variety of multimodal texts. The Towson University EMMA Center also collaborates with other EMMA researchers to examine eye movements in reading.
Liwanag, M., Pelatti, C., Martens, R., & Martens, P. (2016) Children’s Eye Movements, Miscue Analysis Patterns and Retellings When Reading Counterpoint Picturebook. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, DOI: 10.1177/2381336916661535.
Liwanag, M., Martens, P., Martens, R., & Pelatti, C. (2017). Supporting Multilingual Learners as Readers: Lessons from Eye Movement Miscue Analysis. English Journal. 106 (3), 79-82
The Role of Eye Movement in Reader’s Comprehension of Picturebooks. In Transforming Understandings of the Reading Process through Eye Movement Miscue Analysis (EMMA) Symposium.
Analyzing EMMA Literature through Data Visualization.
Supporting Multilingual Learners as Readers: Lessons from Eye Movement Miscue Analysis.
Understanding Picturebooks, Eye Movement, and Comprehension.
New acquisitions through the SET 2016-2018 Grant funding
If you have any questions about the EMMA lab, contact Maria Perpetua Liwanag (COE) at mliwanag AT_TOWSON.