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Vasilev, Martin R.; Slattery, Timothy J.; Kirkby, Julie A.; Angele, Bernhard – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2018
It has been suggested that the preview benefit effect is actually a combination of preview benefit and preview costs. Marx et al. (2015) proposed that visually degrading the parafoveal preview reduces the costs associated with traditional parafoveal letter masks used in the boundary paradigm (Rayner, 1975), thus leading to a more neutral baseline.…
Descriptors: Silent Reading, Eye Movements, Word Recognition, Undergraduate Students
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Rayner, Keith; Pollatsek, Alexander; Drieghe, Denis; Slattery, Timothy J.; Reichle, Erik D. – Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2007
R. Kliegl, A. Nuthmann, and R. Engbert reported an impressive set of data analyses dealing with the influence of the prior, present, and next word on the duration of the current eye fixation during reading. They argued that outcomes of their regression analyses indicate that lexical processing is distributed across a number of words during…
Descriptors: Reading Research, Human Body, Eye Movements, Language Processing