Mislocated fixations can account for parafoveal-on-foveal effects in eye movements during reading

Contrasting predictions of serial and parallel views on the processing of foveal and parafoveal information during reading were tested. A high-frequency adjective (young) was followed by either a high-frequency wordn (child) or a low-frequency wordn (tenor), which in turn was followed by either a co...

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Main Authors: Drieghe, Denis (Author), Rayner, Keith (Author), Pollatsek, Alexander (Author)
Format: Article
Published: 2008-08.
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