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Establishing a time-line of word recognition: evidence from eye movements and event-related potentials
SC Sereno, K Rayner, MI Posner
Neuroreport 9 (10), 2195-2200, 1998
642*1998
Eye movement control in reading: a comparison of two types of models.
K Rayner, SC Sereno, GE Raney
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 22 (5 …, 1996
6381996
Eye movements in reading: Psycholinguistic studies.
K Rayner, SC Sereno
Academic Press, 1994
637*1994
Eye movements and on-line language comprehension processes
K Rayner, SC Sereno, RK Morris, AR Schmauder, C Clifton Jr
Language and Cognitive Processes 4 (3-4), SI21-SI49, 1989
6241989
Measuring word recognition in reading: eye movements and event-related potentials
SC Sereno, K Rayner
Trends in cognitive sciences 7 (11), 489-493, 2003
5892003
Early emotion word processing: Evidence from event-related potentials
GG Scott, PJ O’Donnell, H Leuthold, SC Sereno
Biological psychology 80 (1), 95-104, 2009
5022009
Context effects in word recognition: Evidence for early interactive processing
SC Sereno, CC Brewer, PJ O'Donnell
Psychological Science 14 (4), 328-333, 2003
3402003
Phonological codes are automatically activated during reading: Evidence from an eye movement priming paradigm
K Rayner, SC Sereno, MF Lesch, A Pollatsek
Psychological Science 6 (1), 26-32, 1995
2311995
Fast priming during eye fixations in reading.
SC Sereno, K Rayner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 18 (1), 173, 1992
2231992
The Glasgow Norms: Ratings of 5,500 words on nine scales
GG Scott, A Keitel, M Becirspahic, B Yao, SC Sereno
Behavior research methods 51, 1258-1270, 2019
2072019
The effect of meaning frequency on processing lexically ambiguous words: Evidence from eye fixations
SC Sereno, JM Pacht, K Rayner
Psychological Science 3 (5), 296-301, 1992
1641992
Eye movements and lexical ambiguity resolution: investigating the subordinate-bias effect.
SC Sereno, PJ O'Donnell, K Rayner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (2), 335, 2006
1552006
Neuroanatomy, circuitry and plasticity of word reading
MI Posner, YG Abdullaev, BD McCandliss, SC Sereno
NeuroReport 10, R12-R23, 1999
1511999
Emotion words affect eye fixations during reading.
GG Scott, PJ O'Donnell, SC Sereno
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (3), 783, 2012
1452012
Parafoveal Magnification: Visual Acuity Does Not Modulate the Perceptual Span in Reading
S Miellet, PJ O'Donnell, SC Sereno
Psychological Science 20, 721-728, 2009
1402009
Resolution of lexical ambiguity: evidence from an eye movement priming paradigm.
SC Sereno
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 21 (3), 582, 1995
1281995
Regressive eye movements and sentence parsing: On the use of regression-contingent analyses
K Rayner, SC Sereno
Memory & Cognition 22, 281-285, 1994
1041994
The frequency-predictability interaction in reading: It depends where you're coming from.
CJ Hand, S Miellet, PJ O'Donnell, SC Sereno
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (5 …, 2010
902010
Spelling-sound regularity effects on eye fixations in reading
SC Sereno, K Rayner
Perception & Psychophysics 62 (2), 402-409, 2000
842000
Word frequency and predictability effects in reading French: An evaluation of the EZ Reader model
S Miellet, L Sparrow, SC Sereno
Psychonomic bulletin & review 14, 762-769, 2007
812007
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