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Home Research Topics Gaze Contingent Experiments Yan et al. (2019, Cognition). Parafoveal Processing of Semantics and Phonology in Reading of Korean Sentences

Yan et al. (2019, Cognition). Parafoveal Processing of Semantics and Phonology in Reading of Korean Sentences

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Yan, Wang, Song, &  Kliegl (2019). Parafoveal Processing of Semantics and Phonology in Reading of Korean Sentences. Cognition.

The present study sets out to address two fundamental questions in the reading of continuous texts: Whether semantic and phonological information from upcoming words can be accessed during natural reading. In the present study we investigated parafoveal processing during the reading of Korean sentences, manipulating semantic and phonological information from parafoveal preview words. In addition to the first evidence for a semantic preview effect in Korean, we found that Korean readers have stronger phonological than semantic activation from parafoveal words. Results also demonstrated independent influences of preview time and preview space on parafoveal processing in reading. The present study serves as an example that human mind can flexibly adapt its processing priority to the information provided in the linguistic environment.

This is the author version of a paper to appear in Cognition.

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cognition.2019.104009

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