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Using E-Z Reader to examine the concurrent development of eye-movement control and reading skill

Abstract:

Compared to skilled adult readers, children typically make more fixations that are longer in duration, shorter saccades, and more regressions, thus reading more slowly (Blythe and Joseph, 2011). Recent attempts to understand the reasons for these differences have discovered some similarities (e.g., children and adults target their saccades similarly; Joseph, Liversedge, Blythe, White, and Rayner, 2009) and some differences (e.g., children's fixation durations are more affected by lexical vari...

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10.1016/j.dr.2013.03.001

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Reichle, ED More by this author
Liversedge, SP More by this author
Drieghe, D More by this author
Blythe, HI More by this author
Joseph, HSSL More by this author
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Journal:
DEVELOPMENTAL REVIEW
Volume:
33
Issue:
2
Pages:
110-149
Publication date:
2013-06-05
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ISSN:
0273-2297
URN:
uuid:522a181a-06d4-4f7b-8595-b8afe03fa1f1
Source identifiers:
374176
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pubs:374176

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