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A guideline is proposed that comprises the minimum items to be reported in research studies involving an eye tracker and human or non-human primate participant(s). This guideline was developed over a 3-year period using a consensus-based process via an open invitation to the international eye tracking community. This guideline will be reviewed at maximum intervals of 4 years.

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Journal article


Behav res methods

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Data quality, Eye movements, Eye tracking, Replicability, Reporting guidelines, Reporting practices, Reporting standards, Reproducibility