Tag: paper

How Fast can Predictability influence Word Skipping during Reading

My paper on predictability and word skipping has now been accepted for publication to JEP:LMC! The data from this experiment was also presented as a poster at ECEM 2011.

Fitzsimmons, G., & Drieghe, D. (in press). How Fast can Predictability influence Word Skipping during ReadingJournal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.

A link will be made available on my publications page when the paper is available online.

The Influence of Number of Syllables on Word Skipping During Reading.

Today I have seen the paper copy of my first publication. It may have had slight administrative hiccups (i.e. published missing the abstract *facepalm*), but it’s still a nice thing to see! I have page numbers and everything! I’m easily pleased.

Fitzsimmons, G., & Drieghe, D. (2011). The Influence of Number of Syllables on Word Skipping During Reading. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18, 736-741.

Very early on Saturday morning I will be making my way to Marseille for the European Conference on Eye Movements. My first time abroad and my first poster, scary stuff. As long as I don’t miss the plane or lose my poster I will count it as a successful trip.

A scheduled post is set to become live on Tuesday 23rd August (the day of my poster) and it will include the reference and a link to a PDF of the poster. That blog post will also be linked from the poster in the form of a rather geeky QR code. It had to be done!