Jinmian Yang, Ph.D.

Eye Movements, Reading, Visual Cognition, Language Processing
"Jinmian Yang"
Mean distance: 18.61 (cluster 15)


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Keith Rayner grad student 2010 U Mass Amherst
 (Word recognition in the parafovea: An eye movement investigation of Chinese reading.)
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Wang X, Wang S, Wang W, et al. (2016) A novel intrinsic analgesic mechanism: the enhancement of the conduction failure along polymodal nociceptive C-fibers. Pain
Yang J, Li N, Wang S, et al. (2014) Encoding the target or the plausible preview word? The nature of the plausibility preview benefit in reading Chinese. Visual Cognition. 22: 193-213
Rayner K, Yang J, Schuett S, et al. (2014) The effect of foveal and parafoveal masks on the eye movements of older and younger readers. Psychology and Aging. 29: 205-12
Wang HC, Schotter ER, Angele B, et al. (2013) Using singular value decomposition to investigate degraded Chinese character recognition: evidence from eye movements during reading. Journal of Research in Reading. 36: S35-S50
Rayner K, Yang J, Schuett S, et al. (2013) Eye movements of older and younger readers when reading unspaced text. Experimental Psychology. 60: 354-61
Dambacher M, Slattery TJ, Yang J, et al. (2013) Evidence for direct control of eye movements during reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 39: 1468-84
Yang J. (2013) Preview effects of plausibility and character order in reading Chinese transposed words: Evidence from eye movements Journal of Research in Reading. 36: S18-S34
Yang J, Staub A, Li N, et al. (2012) Plausibility effects when reading one- and two-character words in Chinese: evidence from eye movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 38: 1801-9
Yang J, Rayner K, Li N, et al. (2012) Is preview benefit from word n + 2 a common effect in reading Chinese? Evidence from eye movements. Reading and Writing. 25: 1079-1091
Yang J, Wang S, Tong X, et al. (2012) Semantic and plausibility effects on preview benefit during eye fixations in Chinese reading. Reading and Writing. 25: 1031-1052
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