Fast and slow readers and the effectiveness of the spatial frequency content of text: Evidence from reading times and eye movements.

  title={Fast and slow readers and the effectiveness of the spatial frequency content of text: Evidence from reading times and eye movements.},
  author={T. R. Jordan and Jasmine S Dixon and Victoria A McGowan and S. Kurtev and K. Paterson},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  volume={42 8},
Text contains a range of different spatial frequencies but the effectiveness of spatial frequencies for normal variations in skilled adult reading ability is unknown. Accordingly, young skilled adult readers showing fast or slow reading ability read sentences displayed as normal or filtered to contain only very low, low, medium, high, or very high spatial frequencies. Reading times and eye movement measures of fixations and saccades assessed the effectiveness of these displays for reading… Expand
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