Reinhold Kliegl

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany 
Area:
Cognitive Psychology (eye movements; microsaccades; attention; working memory; reading; data analysis and modeling; cognitive aging)
Website:
http://psych-server.psych.uni-potsdam.de/people/kliegl/
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Pan J, Yan M, Richter EM, et al. (2021) The Beijing Sentence Corpus: A Chinese sentence corpus with eye movement data and predictability norms. Behavior Research Methods
Brown JMM, Fanselow G, Hall R, et al. (2021) Middle ratings rise regardless of grammatical construction: Testing syntactic variability in a repeated exposure paradigm. Plos One. 16: e0251280
Hyönä J, Heikkilä TT, Vainio S, et al. (2020) Parafoveal access to word stem during reading: An eye movement study. Cognition. 208: 104547
Engbert R, Rabe MM, Kliegl R, et al. (2020) Sequential Data Assimilation of the Stochastic SEIR Epidemic Model for Regional COVID-19 Dynamics. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 83: 1
Yan M, Pan J, Kliegl R. (2019) Eye movement control in Chinese reading: A cross-sectional study. Developmental Psychology
Yan M, Wang A, Song H, et al. (2019) Parafoveal processing of phonology and semantics during the reading of Korean sentences. Cognition. 193: 104009
Laurinavichyute AK, Sekerina IA, Alexeeva S, et al. (2018) Russian Sentence Corpus: Benchmark measures of eye movements in reading in Russian. Behavior Research Methods
Zhou W, Wang A, Shu H, et al. (2018) Word segmentation by alternating colors facilitates eye guidance in Chinese reading. Memory & Cognition
Yan M, Pan J, Chang W, et al. (2018) Read sideways or not: vertical saccade advantage in sentence reading Reading and Writing. 32: 1911-1926
Matuschek H, Kliegl R. (2017) On the ambiguity of interaction and nonlinear main effects in a regime of dependent covariates. Behavior Research Methods
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