Manipulation of stimulus onset delay in reading: evidence for parallel programming of saccades.

@article{Morrison1984ManipulationOS,
  title={Manipulation of stimulus onset delay in reading: evidence for parallel programming of saccades.},
  author={Robert E. Morrison},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={1984},
  volume={10 5},
  pages={667-82}
}
On-line eye movement recording of 12 subjects who read short stories on a cathode ray tube enabled a test of direct control and preprogramming models of eye movements in reading. Contingent upon eye position, a mask was displayed in place of the letters in central vision after each saccade, delaying the onset of the stimulus in each eye fixation. The duration of the delay was manipulated in fixed or randomized blocks. Although the length of the delay strongly affected the duration of the… CONTINUE READING
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