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Making Reading Easier : The Influence of Vowelization in a Deep Language Orthography on Online Text Comprehension

@inproceedings{Precel2010MakingRE,
  title={Making Reading Easier : The Influence of Vowelization in a Deep Language Orthography on Online Text Comprehension},
  author={Karen Precel and Ronit Webman and Yoram Eshet and Batsheva Engelberg-Behr},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract. The purpose of this study is to examine whether online text vowelization of words in context facilitates reading in Hebrew, which is a deep orthography language. The study compares the effect of vowelization on reading among native and non-native Hebrew speakers. Participants will perform a self-paced reading cumulative presentation (Marinis, 2003) task, that includes a 2 (voweled/nonvoweled) X 2 (homographs/unambiguous words) X 2 (location of words: beginning or middle/end of… 

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