Second-Language Processing and Eye-Tracking (L2PET) Lab
4066-4068 Dole Human Development Center
Lab Hours - Fall 2020
The lab is open on an as-needed basis and not for studies. Please contact the Lab Director if you need lab access.
Prior to coming to the lab, researchers will be asked to complete a health self-assessment. Those who have had one or more COVID-19 symptoms (as identified by the CDC) in the previous 14 days, who have traveled to a high-risk area (as identified by the CDC) in the previous 14 days, who have come into contact with someone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or testing positive for COVID-19 in the previous 14 days, or who have themselves been testing for COVID-19 in the past 14 days (unless the test results were negative) will be asked to reschedule their visit to the lab.
Researchers who come to the lab will be asked to have their temperature taken (touchless thermometer) prior to entering the lab, use hand sanitizer upon entering and exiting the lab, wear a mask at all time while inside and outside the lab, and respect 8-foot social distancing while inside and outside the lab. Researchers will disinfect all used surfaces and all testing equipment before leaving the lab. No more than 4 individuals can be in the main room of the lab (4068) and no more than 2 individuals can be in the eye-tracking room of the lab (4066) at any given time.
For additional information on how to safely enter the Dole Human Developmenter Center, see https://protect.ku.edu/daily-health-self-assessment.
We just had a manuscript accepted for publication!
Tremblay, A., Kim, S., Shin, S., & Cho, T. (to appear). Re-examining the effect of phonological similarity between the native- and second-language intonational systems in second-language speech segmentation. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.