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1 Matuschek & Kliegl (2018). On the Ambiguity of Interaction and Nonlinear Main Effects in a Regime of Dependent Covariates
2 Hohenstein, Matuschek, & Kliegl (2016, PBR). Linked linear mixed models: A joint analysis of fixation locations and fixation durations in natural reading.
3 Laubrock & Kliegl (2015). The eye-voice span during reading aloud
4 Matuschek, Kliegl, Holschneider (2015, PLoS One). Smoothing Spline ANOVA Decomposition of Arbitrary Splines.
5 Yan et al. (2014, Cognition). Eye Movements Guided by Morphological Structure: Evidence from the Uighur Language.
6 Hohenstein & Kliegl (2013, Proc CogSci). Eye movements reveal interplay between noun capitalization and word class during reading
7 Wotschack & Kliegl (2013, QJEP). Reading strategy modulates parafoveal-on-foveal effects in sentence reading
8 Heister etal. (2012, Chapter). Analysing large datasets of eye movements during reading.
9 Boston et al. (2011, LCP). Parallel Processing and Sentence Comprehension Difficulty
10 Kuperman et al. (2010, QJEP). The effect of word position on eye-movements in sentence and paragraph reading
11 Feng (2009, JEMR). Time Course and Hazard Function: A Distributional Analysis of Fixation Duration
12 Feng (2009, JEMR). Mixed Responses: Why Readers Spend Less Time at Unfavorable Landing Positions
13 Kliegl et al. (2006, JEP:GEN). Tracking the mind during reading: The influence of past, present, and future words on fixation durations

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