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|Title:||Visual neuroscience : a binocular advantage for word processing during reading.|
|Authors:||Paterson, Kevin B.|
|Citation:||Current Biology, 2014, 24 (5), pp. R204-R206|
|Abstract:||A recent study using a novel saccade-contingent display-change technique to control the presentation of text to each eye shows a binocular advantage for both foveal and parafoveal processing of words during natural reading.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Psychology|
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