Parafoveal word perception: a further case against semantic preprocessing.

  title={Parafoveal word perception: a further case against semantic preprocessing.},
  author={Albrecht W. Inhoff},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  volume={8 1},
Three experiments were performed to explore the processing of parafoveal information. A foveal and a parafoveal word pair were presented within the time frame of a single fixation, but short enough to prevent successful refixation of the parafoveal word. Subjects reporting partial parafoveal word information were not able to use this information to bias their choice in a forced-choice task requiring some semantic information from the parafoveal word for correct performance. This result was… CONTINUE READING
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