Elizabeth Schotter
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Parafoveal processing in reading
ER Schotter, B Angele, K Rayner
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74, 5-35, 2012
So much to read, so little time: How do we read, and can speed reading help?
K Rayner, ER Schotter, MEJ Masson, MC Potter, R Treiman
Psychological Science in the Public Interest 17 (1), 4-34, 2016
Eye movements in reading and information processing: Keith Rayner’s 40 year legacy
C Clifton Jr, F Ferreira, JM Henderson, AW Inhoff, SP Liversedge, ...
Journal of Memory and Language 86, 1-19, 2016
Don’t believe what you read (only once) comprehension is supported by regressions during reading
ER Schotter, R Tran, K Rayner
Psychological science 25 (6), 1218-1226, 2014
Synonyms provide semantic preview benefit in English
ER Schotter
Journal of Memory and Language 69 (4), 619-633, 2013
Gaze bias: Selective encoding and liking effects
ER Schotter, RW Berry, CRM McKenzie, K Rayner
Visual Cognition 18 (8), 1113-1132, 2010
Rethinking parafoveal processing in reading: Serial-attention models can explain semantic preview benefit and N+ 2 preview effects
ER Schotter, ED Reichle, K Rayner
Visual Cognition 22 (3-4), 309-333, 2014
Task effects reveal cognitive flexibility responding to frequency and predictability: Evidence from eye movements in reading and proofreading
ER Schotter, K Bicknell, I Howard, R Levy, K Rayner
Cognition 131 (1), 1-27, 2014
The effect of contextual constraint on parafoveal processing in reading
ER Schotter, M Lee, M Reiderman, K Rayner
Journal of memory and language 83, 118-139, 2015
Multiple levels of bilingual language control: Evidence from language intrusions in reading aloud
TH Gollan, ER Schotter, J Gomez, M Murillo, K Rayner
Psychological science 25 (2), 585-595, 2014
Lack of semantic parafoveal preview benefit in reading revisited
K Rayner, ER Schotter, D Drieghe
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 21, 1067-1072, 2014
Semantic preview benefit in reading English: The effect of initial letter capitalization.
K Rayner, ER Schotter
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (4 …, 2014
Semantic and plausibility preview benefit effects in English: Evidence from eye movements.
ER Schotter, A Jia
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (12 …, 2016
Reversed preview benefit effects: Forced fixations emphasize the importance of parafoveal vision for efficient reading.
ER Schotter, M Leinenger
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (12 …, 2016
Do successor effects in reading reflect lexical parafoveal processing? Evidence from corpus-based and experimental eye movement data
B Angele, ER Schotter, TJ Slattery, TL Tenenbaum, K Bicknell, K Rayner
Journal of Memory and Language 79, 76-96, 2015
Eye movements in reading
ER Schotter, K Rayner
Eye tracking in audiovisual translation, 83-102, 2013
Eye movements and comprehension are important to reading
ER Schotter, BR Payne
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 23 (10), 811-812, 2019
When your mind skips what your eyes fixate: How forced fixations lead to comprehension illusions in reading
ER Schotter, M Leinenger, T von der Malsburg
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 25, 1884-1890, 2018
Do verb bias effects on sentence production reflect sensitivity to comprehension or production factors?
VS Ferreira, ER Schotter
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66 (8), 1548-1571, 2013
Reading ahead by hedging our bets on seeing the future: Eye tracking and electrophysiology evidence for parafoveal lexical processing and saccadic control by partial word …
ER Schotter
Psychology of learning and motivation 68, 263-298, 2018
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