Coordination of word recognition and oculomotor control during reading: the role of implicit lexical decisions.

@article{Choi2013CoordinationOW,
  title={Coordination of word recognition and oculomotor control during reading: the role of implicit lexical decisions.},
  author={Wonil Choi and Peter C. Gordon},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2013},
  volume={39 4},
  pages={1032-46}
}
The coordination of word-recognition and oculomotor processes during reading was evaluated in eye-tracking experiments that examined how word skipping, where a word is not fixated during first-pass reading, is affected by the lexical status of a letter string in the parafovea and ease of recognizing that string. Ease of lexical recognition was manipulated through target-word frequency (Experiment 1) and through repetition priming between prime-target pairs embedded in a sentence (Experiment 2… CONTINUE READING