Peripheral-foveal scanning and the identification of heteropalindromes in the visual half-fields.

Abstract

The possible identifying properties of the peripheral-field-to-foveal-field (PFTFF) scan, thought to precede the left-to-right reading scan of English alphabetical arrays, were investigated. Heteropalindromes, letter strings that spell one word when read from left to right but another word when read from right to left, were tachistoscopically exposed in the… (More)

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@article{Fundin1986PeripheralfovealSA, title={Peripheral-foveal scanning and the identification of heteropalindromes in the visual half-fields.}, author={R Fundin and Elizabeth Lembessis and W. G. Charles}, journal={Perceptual and motor skills}, year={1986}, volume={62 2}, pages={499-509} }