The University of Southampton
Psychology

Research project: Eye movements during reading

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The data obtained in eye movement experiments during reading are one of the most valid sources of information for acquiring insights into the cognitive processes that are active during the processing of linguistic material.

Project Overview

In this program of research we are interested in the psychological processes active during the processing of written linguistic material. The following topics are of particular interest to our group:

  1. Eye Movements and Language Processing
  2. Binocularity, Reading and Depth Perception
  3. Children’s eye movement control during reading
  4. Eye Movements during reading in languages which use non-latin alphabet (e.g. Arabic) or which are logographic in nature (e.g. Chinese)
  5. Bilingualism

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Centre for Vision and Cognition (CVC)

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