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The influence of parafoveal word length and contextual constraint on fixation durations and word skipping in reading

By Sarah J. White and S.P. Liversedge


This is the author's final draft of the version published as Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 2005, 12, pp.466-471. Further details of obtaining this article can be found at

Publisher: Psychonomic Society Publications
Year: 2005
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