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Using Eye Movements to Investigate Word Frequency Effects in Children's Sentence Reading

Abstract:

Although eye movements have been used widely to investigate how skilled adult readers process written language, relatively little research has used this methodology with children. This is unfortunate as, as we discuss here, eye-movement studies have significant potential to inform our understanding of children's reading development. We consider some of the empirical and theoretical issues that arise when using this methodology with children, illustrating our points with data from an experimen...

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Joseph, HSSL More by this author
Liversedge, SP More by this author
Journal:
SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
Volume:
42
Issue:
2
Pages:
207-222
Publication date:
2013-06-05
ISSN:
0279-6015
URN:
uuid:8e9acb88-c0d6-45db-9b05-fc85876baffd
Source identifiers:
414759
Local pid:
pubs:414759
Language:
English

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