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    Identifying Brain Systems for Gaze Orienting During Reading: fMRI Investigation of the Landolt Paradigm.Rebekka Hillen, Thomas Günther, Claudia Kohlen, Cornelia Eckers, Muna van Ermingen-Marbach, Katharina Sass, Wolfgang Scharke, Josefine Vollmar, Ralph Radach & Stefan Heim - 2013 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7.
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    Performance in Sound-Symbol Learning Predicts Reading Performance 3 Years Later.Josefine Horbach, Kathrin Weber, Felicitas Opolony, Wolfgang Scharke, Ralph Radach, Stefan Heim & Thomas Günther - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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    Attention, Saccade Programming, and the Timing of Eye-Movement Control.Ralph Radach, Heiner Deubel & Dieter Heller - 2003 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (4):497-498.
    E-Z Reader achieves an impressive fit of empirical eye movement data by simulating core processes of reading in a computational approach that includes serial word processing, shifts of attention, and temporal overlap in the programming of saccades. However, when common assumptions for the time requirements of these processes are taken into account, severe constraints on the time line within which these elements can be combined become obvious. We argue that it appears difficult to accommodate these processes within a largely sequential (...)
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    Top-Down Influences on Saccade Generation in Cognitive Tasks.Ralph Radach - 1999 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (4):697-698.
    The theoretical framework laid out by Findlay & Walker has direct implications for central topics in research on saccades in reading and other cognitive activities and these in turn may also have implications to be considered in the context of Findlay & Walker's model. The present commentary focuses on the problem of selecting a target for a saccade. It is argued that there are indirect and direct top-down influences on this process and that direct influences are not adequately represented in (...)
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    Visual Word Recognition and Oculomotor Control in Reading.Lynn Huestegge, Jonathan Grainger & Ralph Radach - 2003 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (4):487-488.
    A central component in the E-Z Reader model is a two-stage word processing mechanism made responsible for both the triggering of eye movements and sequential shifts of attention. We point to problems with both the verbal description of this mechanism and its computational implementation in the simulation. As an alternative, we consider the use of a connectionist processing module in combination with a more indirect form of cognitive eye-movement control.
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    Methodologies for Comparing Complex Computational Models of Eye-Movement Control in Reading: Just Fitting the Data is Not Enough.Ronan Reilly & Ralph Radach - 2003 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (4):499-500.
    As the number of computational models of eye-movement control in reading increases, so too will their coverage and complexity. This will make their comparison and testing increasingly challenging. We argue here that there is a need to develop a methodology for constructing and evaluating such models, and outline aspects of a possible methodology.
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