Subjective Impressions Do Not Mirror Online Reading Effort: Concurrent EEG-Eyetracking Evidence from the Reading of Books and Digital Media

@inproceedings{Kretzschmar2013SubjectiveID,
  title={Subjective Impressions Do Not Mirror Online Reading Effort: Concurrent EEG-Eyetracking Evidence from the Reading of Books and Digital Media},
  author={Franziska Kretzschmar and Dominique Pleimling and Jana Hosemann and Stephan F{\"u}ssel and Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky and Matthias Schlesewsky},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
In the rapidly changing circumstances of our increasingly digital world, reading is also becoming an increasingly digital experience: electronic books (e-books) are now outselling print books in the United States and the United Kingdom. Nevertheless, many readers still view e-books as less readable than print books. The present study thus used combined EEG and eyetracking measures in order to test whether reading from digital media requires higher cognitive effort than reading conventional… CONTINUE READING
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