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000027179 100__ $$aMiellet, Sebastien$$uDepartment of Psychology, University of Glasgow, UK
000027179 245__ $$9eng$$aWord frequency and predictability effects in reading French: An evaluation of the E-Z Reader model
000027179 269__ $$c2007
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000027179 520__ $$9eng$$aFrench readers’ eye movements were monitored as they read a  passage of text. Initial global analyses of word  frequency, accounting for the majority of fixations in the text, revealed a  good fit between the observed data  and the simulated data from the E-Z Reader 7 model of eye movement  control. However, the model did not  perform as well on simulations of contextual predictability effects. A  subset of 20 controlled words from the  passage were used to examine the combined effects of frequency and  predictability. Results from the observed  data showed main effects of frequency and predictability but no  interaction. With certain modifications, the E-Z  Reader 7 model was able to adequately simulate the pattern of data.  Although the E-Z Reader model successfully accounted for the present  data, we believe that further modifications will be necessary in order to  better account for data in the literature.
000027179 700__ $$aLaurent, Sparrow$$uUniversity of Lille 3, France
000027179 700__ $$aSara, C., Sereno$$uDepartment of Psychology, University of Glasgow, UK
000027179 773__ $$tPsychonomic Bulletin & Review
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000027179 918__ $$aFaculté des lettres$$bDécanat, Av. de l'Europe 20, 1700 Fribourg$$cPsychology
000027179 919__ $$aUniversité de Fribourg$$bFribourg$$ddoc.support@rero.ch
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