Can reading-specific training stimuli improve the effect of perceptual learning on peripheral reading speed?

Abstract

In a previous study, Chung, Legge, and Cheung (2004) showed that training using repeated presentation of trigrams (sequences of three random letters) resulted in an increase in the size of the visual span (number of letters recognized in a glance) and reading speed in the normal periphery. In this study, we asked whether we could optimize the benefit of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2012.06.012

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