More and more people are publishing eye-tracking research in open-access journals. This is due, in large part, to the increased number of open-access journals as well as greater interest in publishing research that anyone can use and view without paying for access.
For ease and convenience, there is even a Directory of Open Access Journals. This directory not only lists peer-reviewed journals but also has a search function to easily access relevant articles. Along these lines, here is a list of open-access journals that routinely publish eye-tracking articles. These journals are peer reviewed and fully open access, not hybrid or delayed. If you have some suggestions for this list, let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org).