Visual Factors in Reading explores the complex visual computations fundamental to reading and how they are implemented in the brain.
1. Visual constraints in written word recognition: evidence from the optimal viewing–position effect.
Marc Brysbaert and Tatjana Nazir.
2. Pre–schoolers, print and storybooks: an observational study using eye movement analysis.
Laura M. Justice, Lori Skibbe, Andrea Canning and Chris Lankford.
3.Hemispheric division of labour in reading.
Richard C. Shillcock and Scott A. McDonald.
4. Dissociations between serial position and number of letters effects in lateralised visual word recognition.
Michal Lavidor and Peter J. Bailey.
5. Letter–position encoding and dyslexia.
Carol Whitney and Piers Cornelissen.
6. The word shape hypothesis re–examined: evidence for an external feature advantage in visual word recognition.
John R. Beech and Kate A. Mayall.
7. Integration of the visual and auditory networks in dyslexia: a theoretical perspective.
Kristen Pammer and Trichur R. Vidyasagar.
8. The effect of print size on reading speed in dyslexia.
Beth A. O′Brien, J. Stephen Mansfield and Gordon E. Legge.
9. The relationship between dyslexia and Meares–Irlen Syndrome.
Isla Kriss and Bruce J.W. Evans.
10. Visual stress in adults with and without dyslexia.
Chris Singleton and Susannah Trotter.
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