Theses

Using eye-tracking to understand reading in English as a foreign language

  • How do readers process texts, how is this influenced by linguistic difficulties and reading goals? How can teachers effectively support reading comprehension across different readers? To answer these questions, we frequently run eye-tracking experiments in our laboratories and schools. For each testing, we offer up to two internship positions combined with bachelor’s or master’s theses. More...

The effects of letter-mirroring on visual word identification (Bachelor thesis starting in spring 2020)

  • When during visual word processing does letter mirroring affect word recognition? We offer a Bachelor Thesis on a Masked-Priming experiment. More...

Master Theses

  • We supervise master's theses, which have a recognizable relation to the topics of our research group. For an application, please send us your CV, a summary of your research interests and a letter of motivation…

Theses in progress

  • How does the vocabulary influence reading speed in speakers of English as a second language? 
  • Can the same language tests be used with monolingual and bilingual children?
  • Determinants of participating in educational activities More...