Defamiliarization, Dreaming, and Reading 1 Defamiliarization in Dreaming and Reading: Eye Movements and Attentional Disengagement

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The fictional world imaginatively constituted during literary reading is sometimes compared with the imaginal world created during dreaming. At the core of both reading and dreaming may be the type of attentional adjustment that occurs when departures from expected events emerge in experience. During dreaming, markers of this attentional adjustment – and of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Kuiken1998DefamiliarizationDA, title={Defamiliarization, Dreaming, and Reading 1 Defamiliarization in Dreaming and Reading: Eye Movements and Attentional Disengagement}, author={Don Kuiken and David S. Miall and Michael Bears and Laurie J Smith}, year={1998} }