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What a Simple Letter-Detection Task Can Tell Us About Cognitive Processes in Reading
(Psychological Science, 2016)
Understanding reading is a central issue for psychology, with major societal implications. Over the past five decades, a simple letter-detection task has been used as a window on the psycholinguistic processes involved ...
There is a Missing-Phoneme Effect in Aural Prose Comprehension
When participants search for a target letter while reading, they make more omissions if the target letter is embedded in frequent function words than in less frequent content words. This phenomenon, called the missing-letter ...