h14 - Updated 12-22-03 BSL PRO Lesson H14:...

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Updated 12-22-03 BSL PRO Lesson H14: Electrooculography (EOG) Ocular Fixations in Reading Derived from original work created by Pr Jean-François Lambert and Nicole Chantrier, Institut d'Enseignement à Distance / Université Paris 8- Saint-Denis France Overview Derived from original work created by Pr Jean-François Lambert and Nicole Chantrier, Institut d'Enseignement à Distancez / Université Paris 8- Saint-Denis France Electrooculography (EOG) is the electric transduction of combined eye movement. Without moving the head, a variety of horizontal and vertical eye movements encompass a visual field in which you can explore an image, utilizing spontaneous tendencies of gaze during conversations or reading. Some research on reading has indicated that ocular exploration of a word is affected by the distribution of information in that word, in particular by the degree of information of the initial and final letters. For long words the duration of ocular exploration depends on the information derived from the beginning letters. It has also been suggested that while reading inattentively, there are few saccade jerks and the gaze goes to the middle
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