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Lexical quality and eye movements: Individual differences in the perceptual span of skilled adult readers
A Veldre, S Andrews
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (4), 703-727, 2014
1592014
Is semantic preview benefit due to relatedness or plausibility?
A Veldre, S Andrews
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (7), 939, 2016
822016
Parafoveal lexical activation depends on skilled reading proficiency.
A Veldre, S Andrews
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (2), 586, 2015
752015
Parafoveal preview benefit is modulated by the precision of skilled readers’ lexical representations.
A Veldre, S Andrews
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41 (1), 219, 2015
622015
Measuring Lexical Quality: The Role of Spelling Ability.
S Andrews, A Veldre, IE Clarke
Behavior Research Methods 52 (6), 2257-2282, 2020
572020
Semantic preview benefit in English: Individual differences in the extraction and use of parafoveal semantic information.
A Veldre, S Andrews
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (6), 837, 2016
552016
Beyond cloze probability: Parafoveal processing of semantic and syntactic information during reading
A Veldre, S Andrews
Journal of Memory and Language 100, 1-17, 2018
502018
Parafoveal preview effects depend on both preview plausibility and target predictability
A Veldre, S Andrews
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (1), 64-74, 2018
462018
What is the most plausible account of the role of parafoveal processing in reading?
S Andrews, A Veldre
Language and Linguistics Compass 13 (7), e12344, 2019
45*2019
Parafoveal preview benefit in sentence reading: Independent effects of plausibility and orthographic relatedness
A Veldre, S Andrews
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 24 (2), 519-528, 2017
442017
How does foveal processing difficulty affect parafoveal processing during reading?
A Veldre, S Andrews
Journal of Memory and Language 103, 74-90, 2018
402018
The effect of contextual plausibility on word skipping during reading
A Veldre, ED Reichle, R Wong, S Andrews
Cognition 197, 104184, 2020
29*2020
Spelling ability selectively predicts the magnitude of disruption in unspaced text reading.
A Veldre, D Drieghe, S Andrews
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (9 …, 2017
292017
Is it smart to read on your phone? The impact of reading format and culture on the continued influence of misinformation
Y Xu, R Wong, S He, A Veldre, S Andrews
Memory & Cognition 48 (7), 1112-1127, 2020
242020
Visual attention to sexual stimuli in mostly heterosexuals
JS Morandini, A Veldre, AO Holcombe, K Hsu, A Lykins, JM Bailey, ...
Archives of Sexual Behavior 48, 1371-1385, 2019
222019
Wrapping up sentence comprehension: The role of task demands and individual differences
S Andrews, A Veldre
Scientific Studies of Reading 25 (2), 123-140, 2021
192021
The influence of number of syllables on word skipping during reading revisited
D Drieghe, A Veldre, G Fitzsimmons, J Ashby, S Andrews
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 26 (2), 616-621, 2019
142019
Understanding the Visual Constraints on Lexical Processing: New Empirical and Simulation Results
A Veldre, ED Reichle, L Yu, S Andrews
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 152 (3), 693-722, 2023
122023
Morphological preview effects in English are restricted to suffixed words
KM Dann, A Veldre, S Andrews
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 47 (8 …, 2021
112021
Ethnic differences in visual attention to sexual stimuli among Asian and White heterosexual women and men
A Ganesan, JS Morandini, A Veldre, KJ Hsu, I Dar-Nimrod
Personality and Individual Differences 155, 109630, 2020
102020
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