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Title1. A Connectionist Attentional Shift Model of Eye-Movement Control in Reading
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JournalIn: Proceedings of the fifteenth annual conference of the Cognitive Science Society, University of Colorado at Boulder, 1993, pp. 860-865
Year of publishing1993
AbstractA connectionist attentional-shift model of eye-movement control (CASMEC) in reading is described. The model provides an integrated account of a range of saccadic control effects found in reading, such as word-skipping, refixation, and of course normal saccadic progression....
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Title2. A MODEL OF OPTIMAL OCULOMOTOR STRATEGIES IN READING FOR NORMAL AND DAMAGED VISUAL FIELDS
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Journalhttp://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/docs/00/33/15/54/PDF/NEUROCOMP2008_0011.pdf
Year of publishing2008
AbstractWe present an ideal observer analysis of single word reading in normal readers and central scotoma patients. Using this technique we are able to predict the spatio-temporal pattern of saccades in terms of pixels. This enables us to contrast theories that are impossible to compare using the tradition...
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Title3. A morphological effect obtains for isolated words but not for words in sentence context
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JournalEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY, 2002, 14 (4), 417–433
Year of publishing2002
AbstractThe effect of morphological complexity on word identification was studied in three experiments conducted in Finnish, employing the same set of target nouns. In Experiment 1, the target nouns were presented in isolation, and lexical decision times were employed as lexical access measures. In Experime...
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Title4. A variety of reading disability associated with right hemisphere lesions
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JournalJ. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiat. - V. 25. - p. 339
Year of publishing1962
AbstractDyslexia, the apparently selective impairment in the ability to read words, or even individual letters, has been repeatedly described in association with left (major) hemisphere lesions. Verbal dyslexia, affecting the reading of words but not of isolated letters, may be characterized by paralexic er...
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Title5. ADULT AGE DIFFERENCES IN THE PERCEPTUAL SPAN DURING READING
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JournalPsychology and Aging. 2011 Jun; 26(2):451-60.
Year of publishing2011
AbstractFollowing up on research suggesting an age-related reduction in the rightward extent of the perceptual span during reading (Rayner, Castelhano, & Yang, 2009), we compared old and young adults in an N+2-boundary paradigm in which a nonword preview of word N+2 or word N+2 itself is replaced by the tar...
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