Early morphological effects in reading: evidence from parafoveal preview benefit in Hebrew.

@article{Deutsch2003EarlyME,
  title={Early morphological effects in reading: evidence from parafoveal preview benefit in Hebrew.},
  author={Avital Deutsch and Ram Frost and Sharon Pelleg and Alexander Pollatsek and Keith Rayner},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2003},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={415-22}
}
Hebrew words are composed of two interwoven morphemes: a triconsonantal root and a word pattern. We examined the role of the root morpheme in word identification by assessing the benefit of presentation of a parafoveal preview word derived from the same root as a target word. Although the letter information of the preview was not consciously perceived, a preview of a word derived from the same root morpheme as the foveal target word facilitated eye-movement measures of first-pass reading (i.e… CONTINUE READING

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