Is word recognition different in central and peripheral vision?

@article{Lee2003IsWR,
  title={Is word recognition different in central and peripheral vision?},
  author={Hye-won Lee and Gordon E. Legge and Alberto Ortiz},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={43},
  pages={2837-2846}
}
Peripheral vision plays an important role in normal reading, but its role becomes larger for visually impaired people with central-field loss. This experiment studied whether lexical processing differs in central and peripheral vision through the analysis of word-frequency effects in lexical decisions. We asked two main questions: (1) Do central and peripheral vision differ in the time course of lexical processing? and (2) do central and peripheral vision differ in the quality of lexical… CONTINUE READING
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