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International Annual Edition of Applied Psychology: Theory
Utilising modern technologies in second language acquisition (SLA) studies widens the horizon for the researchers in this field. EEG, PET, fMRI and eye-tracking give an opportunity to investigate the processes involved in SLA which are concealed from the researchers. In the last decade eye-trackers have become more available, which has given a rise to the number of studies conducted with the use of this equipment. We used eye movement measures of first-language and second-language text readingfatcat:3dlm5c5g7bbg3nqiofwplwudue