Reading direction and the central perceptual span: evidence from Arabic and English.


In English and other alphabetic languages read from left to right, useful information acquired during each fixational pause is generally reported to extend much further to the right of each fixation than to the left. However, the asymmetry of the perceptual span for alphabetic languages read in the opposite direction (i.e., from right to left) has received… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13423-013-0510-4


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