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  1. Data from: Eye Movements of Older and Younger Readers when Reading Unspaced Text

    • Collection: Keith Rayner Eye Movements in Reading Data Collection
    • Name: Schuett, Susanne; Rayner, Keith; Yang, Jinmian; Slattery, Timothy J.
    • Date: 2013
    • Topic: Psychology; Eye movements; Eye-tracking; Reading; Word frequency
    • Format: data
  2. Data from: Frequency Drives Lexical Access in Reading but Not in Speaking: The Frequency-lag Hypothesis

    • Collection: Keith Rayner Eye Movements in Reading Data Collection
    • Name: van Assche, Eva; Rayner, Keith; Slattery, Timothy J.; Duyck, Wouter; Gollan, Tamar H.; Goldenberg, Diane
    • Date: 2011
    • Topic: Eye movements; Word predictability; Psychology; Eye-tracking; Word frequency; Reading
    • Format: data
  3. Data from: Skipping Syntactically Illegal 'the' Previews: The Role of Predictability

    • Collection: Keith Rayner Eye Movements in Reading Data Collection
    • Name: Angele, Bernhard; Abbott, Matthew J.; Rayner, Keith; Ahn, Y. Danbi
    • Date: 2015
    • Topic: Word predictability; Psychology; Reading; Word frequency; Eye-tracking; Parafoveal processing; Eye movements; Gaze-contingent display change
    • Format: data
  4. Data from: Task Effects Reveal Cognitive Flexibility Responding to Frequency and Predictability: Evidence from Eye Movements in Reading and Proofreading

    • Collection: Keith Rayner Eye Movements in Reading Data Collection
    • Name: Levy, Roger; Rayner, Keith; Schotter, Elizabeth R.; Howard, Ian; Bicknell, Klinton
    • Date: 2014
    • Topic: Word frequency; Proofreading; Eye movements; Reading; Word predictability; Eye-tracking; Psychology
    • Format: data
  5. Data from: Processing 'the' in the Parafovea: Are Articles Skipped Automatically?

    • Collection: Keith Rayner Eye Movements in Reading Data Collection
    • Name: Rayner, Keith; Angele, Bernhard
    • Date: 2013
    • Topic: Parafoveal processing; Reading; Eye movements; Psychology; Word frequency; Gaze-contingent display change; Eye-tracking
    • Format: data
  6. Data from: The Influence of Contextual Diversity on Eye Movements in Reading

    • Collection: Keith Rayner Eye Movements in Reading Data Collection
    • Name: Rayner, Keith; Plummer, Patrick; Perea, Manuel
    • Date: 2013
    • Topic: Single line; Psychology; Word frequency; Eye-tracking; Eye movements; Reading
    • Format: data
  7. Keith Rayner Eye Movements in Reading Data Collection

    • This collection consists of data and materials from a subset of published eye movement studies of reading conducted in Keith Rayner’s Eyetracking Lab at UCSD from 2008-2015
    • Creation Date: 2008-2015