Eye movements of young and older adults during reading.

@article{Kemper2007EyeMO,
  title={Eye movements of young and older adults during reading.},
  author={Susan J. Kemper and Chiung-Ju Liu},
  journal={Psychology and aging},
  year={2007},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={
          84-93
        }
}
The eye movements of young and older adults were tracked as they read sentences varying in syntactic complexity. In Experiment 1, cleft object and object relative clause sentences were more difficult to process than cleft subject and subject relative clause sentences; however, older adults made many more regressions, resulting in increased regression path fixation times and total fixation times, than young adults while processing cleft object and object relative clause sentences. In Experiment… CONTINUE READING
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