Selection for fixation and selection for orthographic processing need not coincide

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (4):489-490 (2003)
The E-Z Reader model assumes that the parafoveal selection for fixation and the subsequent selection for attention allocation encompass the same spatially distinct letter cluster. Recent data suggest, however, that an individual letter sequence is selected for fixation and that more than one letter sequence can be selected for attention allocation (processing).
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