Effects of predictability on the time course of identity information and location information in Chinese word recognition.

This study investigates the encoding of Chinese character identity and location information in word recognition, revealing that the effects of transposed non-words differ based on prime duration. Additionally, in sentence reading, the research suggests a separation of identity and location information encoding, with location information exhibiting flexibility in early parafoveal processing, influenced by predictability.

The differences between silent and oral reading

This study highlights distinctions between silent and oral reading, encompassing differences in reading behaviors, cognitive mechanisms, and brain arousal. The suggested future research areas include exploring the transition from oral to silent reading, examining eye movement disparities in the development of reading modes, and investigating the impact of pronunciation and background music on reading experiences.

The word-type effect of morpheme position information processing and the regulation of word frequency

This research investigates the impact of vocabulary types, word frequency, and morpheme position information processing in Chinese three-character words through behavioral and eye movement experiments. Findings reveal that word frequency and word segmentation significantly influence the processing of morpheme position information, with differences observed in isolated word presentation and sentence reading, supporting the interactive activation model over the dual-path processing model.