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Reading disappearing text : cognitive control of eye movements.

Rayner, K. and Liversedge, S. and White, S. J. and Vergilino-Perez, D. (2003) 'Reading disappearing text : cognitive control of eye movements.', Psychological science., 14 (4). pp. 385-388.

Abstract

Participants read sentences containing high- or low-frequency target words under normal reading conditions or disappearing-text conditions (in which the word that was fixated disappeared after 60 ms). Even though the fixated word had disappeared after 60 ms, there was still a robust frequency effect wherein readers fixated longer on low-frequency words than on high-frequency words. Thus, the results are consistent with cognitive-control models of eye movement control and inconsistent with visual/oculomotor-control models. Although the uptake of visual information is clearly important for reading, it is the cognitive processes associated with understanding the fixated words that drive the eyes through the text

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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-9280.24483
Record Created:29 Mar 2007
Last Modified:08 Feb 2011 16:51

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