Lydia Barnes

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There is a high degree of flexibility in letter-position coding during visual word recognition and reading (e.g., “JUGDE” can be easily confounded with “JUDGE”). One leading account explaining this phenomenon is based on the presence of perceptual noise in the information used for locating the positions of objects—namely, letters— across space (overlap(More)
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