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Eye movement control in reading: a comparison of two types of models.
Two classes of models have been proposed to account for eye movement control during reading. Proponents of the 1st class of model claim that the decision of when to move the eyes (reflected inExpand
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An eye movement study of insight problem solving
The representational change theory of insight claims that insight problems cause impasses because they mislead problem solvers into constructing inappropriate initial representations. Insight isExpand
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Eye movement control in reading and visual search: Effects of word frequency
Eye movements were recorded as subjects either read text or searched through texts for a target word. In the reading task, there was a robust word frequency effect wherein readers looked longer atExpand
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Word frequency effects and eye movements during two readings of a text.
  • G. Raney, K. Rayner
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Canadian journal of experimental psychology…
  • 1 June 1995
The present study examined the influence of word frequency on rereading performance. Subjects read short passages, each twice in succession, while their eye movements were monitored. During firstExpand
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A context-dependent representation model for explaining text repetition effects
  • G. Raney
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Psychonomic bulletin & review
  • 1 March 2003
The purpose of this article is to review abstract and episodic models of text repetition effects, describe the research supporting these types of models, and propose a new model calledExpand
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The use of information below fixation in reading and in visual search.
Two experiments examined whether or not readers obtain useful information from below the currently fixated line. In Experiment 1, subjects read passages of text and the availability of visualExpand
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Detection of guilty knowledge with event-related potentials.
The N400 component of the event-related potential (ERP) is elicited by words that complete sentence falsely. The utility of the N400 in discriminating subjects who have knowledge of a crime fromExpand
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Event-Related Brain Potentials, Eye Movements, and Reading
This article compares studies that use event-related brain potential (ERP) and eye movement data to examine changes in reading behavior when a text is read twice. Although the types of informationExpand
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The Representation and Comprehension of Place-on-the-Page and Text-Sequence Memory
Readers' memories for the physical location and sequence of information in a text were measured to further explore how they are represented in memory and their relation to comprehension. Expand
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Effects of Automatic Associative Activation on Explicit and Implicit Memory Tests
Ss made either a graphemic or a semantic decision concerning word pairs during a study phase. Pair relatedness effects were observed in behavioral measures for the semantic task only, but aExpand
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