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Cui Ding

Cui Ding, M.A.

  • PhD candidate
  • Digital Linguistics
Room number
AND-2-18

I am a first-year PhD student in Computational Linguistics, supervised by Prof. Dr. Lena A. Jäger and co-supervised by Prof. Dr. Ebling  I have a Master's degree in Digital Linguistics from UZH.

I did my master's thesis project with Prof. Dr. Lena A. Jäger and Dr. Ethan Wilcox on Mouse Tracking for Reading (MoTR): A New Incremental Processing Paradigm (Semesterpreise). In this project, we present a method that aims to be cheap and easy but at the same time a better proxy for the gold-standard eye-tracking.  With MoTR, participants see very blurry text and hover their mouse over text to bring that text into clarity. Thus, participants can read relatively naturally, including being able to skip words or regress, and researchers get reading location for each time point similar to that from eye-tracking.

I am currently working on MeRID and MultiplEYE projects.

Publications

Mouse Tracking for Reading (MoTR): A New Naturalistic Incremental Processing Measurement Tool, under review

Ethan Gotlieb Wilcox, Cui Ding, Mrinmaya Sachan, Lena Ann Jäger

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