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https://doi.org/10.31299/hrri.53.2.10

Characteristics of Eye Movements and Models of Reading Based on the Use of Eye-Tracking

Ana Matić orcid id orcid.org/0000-0003-3699-2067 ; Odsjek za logopediju, Edukacijsko-rehabilitacijski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu,


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str. 130-141

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Over the last few decades many methods for studying the underlying mechanisms of language processing have been developed. They can roughly be divided into off-line and on-line methods, and differences between them involve how they are carried out, as well as the type and characteristics of data they provide. The eye-tracking method is considered one of the best methods for studying language processing. It provides insights into cognitive processes in real time. As opposed to off-line, and also some on-line methods, i.e. cognitive evoked potentials or functional magnetic resonance, it is especially suitable for studying processes that spread over time. Considering the fact that it is based on assumptions that connect the physiological level of eye movement control with the underlying cognitive processes, and is also non invasive, it is becoming more and more present when it comes to studying language processing. The main aim of this paper was to provide a brief overview of the methods for studying language processing with special emphasis on the on-line eye-tracking method, to introduce the characteristics of eye movements during reading and to present some of the most influential models of reading. Even though language processing in eye-tracking can be studied through either reading or listening, for the purpose of this paper the emphasis has been put on the reading paradigm.

Ključne riječi

language processing, on-line methods, eye-tracking, models of reading

Hrčak ID:

191753

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/191753

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