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Saccadic Eye Movements

Saccadic eye movement can be recorded from a seated subject reading text from a book while the subjects head remains relatively still and relaxed. As the subject tracks across the page, the eye will make larger voluntary movements, known as saccades, or fixate on a number of points in quick succession. The software lets users identify where the subjects eyes were located during the recording section; users can also isolate the areas where the subject struggled with a particular word or phrase.

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