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杨锦绵   社会科学文献出版社  2018-12 出版
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关键词: 眼动追踪 阅读 汉语

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阅读是人类最重要的认知功能之一,研究阅读的一条重要途径是眼动追踪法。本书作者师从世界著名的眼动研究专家Keith Rayner教授,在国际一流的眼动实验室学习,有多年的眼动阅读研究经验。本书中,作者把握当前国际眼动阅读的现状,结合中文有别于拼音文字的特点,设计实验,以揭示中文阅读独特的认知加工机制。本书是作者多年眼动阅读研究成果的总结,对读者了解当前眼动阅读研究的背景和将来发展的方向都有很大的启发作用。
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