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Eye Movements and Information Processing during Reading

by Ralph Radach

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Published by Psychology Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cognition & cognitive psychology,
  • Psychology,
  • Developmental - Child,
  • Mental Health,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Cognitive Psychology,
  • Cognitive Psychology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9458214M
    ISBN 10184169956X
    ISBN 109781841699561

    Using Eye Movements to Study Reading Processes: Methodological Considerations: /ch This chapter provides an overview of eye movement-based reading measures and the types of inferences that may be drawn from each. We provide logistical advice. Readers read text on a computer screen while their eye movements are monitored. The text on the screen can be exactly controlled depending on their eye movements. Given that saccadic eye movements occur so quickly, we see very little during the movement. Thus, the text can be varied during the movement without the reader noticing it.

    tics of the eye movement reading pattern were later quantified by Erdmann and Dodge,3 Huey,4 and Tinker.5' "The principal components of reading eye movement patterns are fixation pauses and sac-cades. The fixation pauses represent the time between saccades when the eyes are steady and information processing occurs. Recently. Researchers investigating eye movements during reading often follow a strategy of letting theoretical considerations tell us what locations in text to focus on in analyzing the eye movement record. We attempt to draw conclusions about processing at these locations by considering results obtained with several different measures.

    Serial processing is consistent with the time course of linguistic information extraction from consecutive words during eye fixations in reading: A response to Inhoff, Eiter, and Radach (). Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 32, – Eye movements in reading and information processing: 20 years of research. Psychological Review, (3), This paper is an account of the eye movement field from the premier eye .


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Eye Movements and Information Processing during Reading by Ralph Radach Download PDF EPUB FB2

Eye Movements and Information Processing During Reading Ralph Radach, Alan Kennedy, and Keith Rayner, eds., Taylor & Francis, New York,$ In the late 19th century, Emilo Javal, a French ophthalmologist, discovered that when a person reads, his eyes do not move continuously along a line of text, but engage in a series of rapid.

Book Description. Measurement and analysis of eye movements are two of the most powerful ways to study the workings of the human mind.

This Special Issue on eye movements and information processing in reading presents an overview of experimental research based on this methodology. Eye movements in reading and information processing: Keith Rayner’s 40year legacy Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Memory and Language 86.

After it became clear that reading, a basic visual information processing task, could be understood through the investigation of eye movements, Rayner and his colleagues shifted some of their efforts to the study of other domains of visual information processing, including visual search, object perception, and scene by: This Special Issue on eye movements and information processing in reading presents an overview of experimental research based on this methodology.

Eye movements provide a unique opportunity to examine principles of human information processing in a well-structured visual environment while people engage in a natural cognitive task. Recent studies of eye movements in reading and other information processing tasks, such as music reading, typing, visual search, and scene perception, are reviewed.

The major emphasis of the review is on reading as a specific example of cognitive processing. Basic topics discussed with respect to reading are (a) the characteristics of eye movements, (b) the perceptual span, (c) integration of. Basic Characteristics of Eye Movements in Information Processing When we read, look at a scene, or search for an object, we continually make eye movements called saccades.

Between the saccades, our eyes remain relatively still during fixations for about. The study of eye movements during reading has a long and rich history dating back to the latter part of the 19th century.

Elsewhere, I (Rayner,) have argued that there have been three eras of research on eye movements duringit now is apparent that we have entered a new, fourth, era in which sophisticated computational models of eye movement control are.

Reading texts longer than single sentences has been the least researched area in the study of eye movements during reading. However, with the help of eye fixation measures developed to study global text processing, eye movement studies on text comprehension have recently been gaining increased popularity.

Eye movements are recorded (using eye-tracking devices) and these measurements are routinely used to make inferences about language processing during reading. This methodology rests on the assumption that there is a tight link between eye-movement control and language processing during reading; i.e., language processing determines when and/or.

Ralph Radach is the author of Eye Movements And Information Processing During Reading ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Mind's Eye, 4/5. Eye Movements in Reading: Perceptual and Language Processes focuses on eye movement and cognitive processes as a way to study the reading process.

This book also discusses the different aspects of reading. Organized into seven parts encompassing 26 chapters, this book begins with a discussion on the perceptual and psychophysical factors essential to eye movement during reading.

Buy Eye Movements and Information Processing During Reading: A Special Issue of the European Journal of Cognitive Psychology: Issues 1, 2 Vol 6 (Special Issues of the Journal of Cognitive Psychology) 1 by Ralph Radach, Alan Kennedy, Keith Rayner (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Rayner, K. Eye movements in reading and information processing. Psychological Bulletin, 85, Cerulli A, Cesareo M, Ciuffoletti E, et al. Evaluation of eye movements pattern during reading process in patients with glaucoma: a microperimeter study.

Eur J Ophthalmol – Research is pretty limited here, but a book Rayner edited, “Eye Movements and Information Processing During Reading” is one of the more comprehensive looks at. To begin with, attention can be seen as a prerequisite for effective reading. There is indeed research evidence showing the importance of attentional top-down control of visual information processing and saccadic eye-movements in reading (e.g., Schuett, Heywood, Kentridge, & Zihl, ).

/ S.-N. Yang and G.W. McConkie --Length, frequency, and predictability effects on words on eye movements in reading / Reinhold Kliegl, Ellen Grabner, Martin Rolfs, and Ralf Engbert --Eye movements and morphological segmentation of compound words: there is a mouse in the mousetrap / Sally Andrews, Brett Miller, and Keith Rayner --Eye movements.

eye movements as a valid measure of on-line cognitive processing during reading. However, not all researchers share this opinion 3,4.

In general, two categories of eye-movement control models have emerged: oculomotor models and processing models. Researchers favoring low-level oculomotor accounts claim that eye movements are only obliquely. What Eye Movements During Reading Reveal About Processing Speed Strategy for Teaching Students with Processing Disorders How to Read - Duration: Reading.

Eye Movements and Measures of Reading Time Simon P. Liversedge University of Durham Kevin B. Paterson University of Nottingham and Martin J. Pickering therefore permits them to make inferences about the time course of processing during text comprehension. When text is read, the eye makes a sequence of fixations.

processing difficulty during reading causes changes in eye movement behaviour. Rayner () found that, within a group of 9- to year old children, reading rates were slower, more.

Especially helpful is the information revealed through eye-movement recordings about the many subliminal factors involved in the process of reading, as well as the changes produced by today's web-based computer techniques to modify the basic visual/functional, perceptual, and information-processing skills that comprise the silent reading s: 1.Preface.

Contributors. Eye guidance and visual information processing: reading, visual search, picture perception and driving (G. Underwood, R. Radach). Definition and computation of oculomotor measures in the study of cognitive processes (A.W. Inhoff, R. Radach). Eye movements and measures of reading time (S.P.

Liversedge et al.). Determinants.