Alexander Pollatsek

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
Area:
Cognitive Psychology, Experimental Psychology
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Hyönä J, Pollatsek A, Koski M, et al. (2020) An eye-tracking study of reading long and short novel and lexicalized compound words. Journal of Eye Movement Research. 13
Li X, Pollatsek A. (2020) An integrated model of word processing and eye-movement control during Chinese reading. Psychological Review
Shen W, Li X, Pollatsek A. (2016) The processing of Chinese compound words with ambiguous morphemes in sentence context. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-33
Ma G, Pollatsek A, Li Y, et al. (2016) Chinese Readers Can Perceive a Word Even When It's Composed of Noncontiguous Characters. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Ma G, Li X, Pollatsek A. (2015) There is no relationship between preferred viewing location and word segmentation in Chinese reading Visual Cognition. 23: 399-414
Wei W, Li X, Pollatsek A. (2013) Word properties of a fixated region affect outgoing saccade length in Chinese reading. Vision Research. 80: 1-6
Leyland LA, Kirkby JA, Juhasz BJ, et al. (2013) The influence of word shading and word length on eye movements during reading. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 66: 471-86
Koh S, Yoon N, Yoon SO, et al. (2013) Word frequency and root-morpheme frequency effects on processing of Korean particle-suffixed words Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 25: 64-72
Reichle ED, Rayner K, Pollatsek A. (2012) Eye movements in reading versus nonreading tasks: Using E-Z Reader to understand the role of word/stimulus familiarity. Visual Cognition. 20: 360-390
Li X, Zhao W, Pollatsek A. (2012) Dividing lines at the word boundary position helps reading in Chinese. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 19: 929-34
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