Parafoveal processing of transposed-letter words and nonwords: evidence against parafoveal lexical activation.


The current experiments explored the parafoveal processing of transposed-letter (TL) neighbors by using an eye-movement-contingent boundary change paradigm. In Experiment 1 readers received a parafoveal preview of a target word (e.g., calm) that was either (1) identical to the target word (calm), (2) a TL-neighbor (clam), or (3) a substituted-letter (SL… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0025983