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Commentary on Section 2. Attention, information processing and eye movement control

(from the chapter) Comments on the chapters by R. Radach and D. Heller (see record 2001-16580-008), A. Kennedy (see record 2001-16580-009), A. W. Inhoff et al (see record 2001-16580-010), G. Underwood et al (see record 2001-16580-011), W. Vonk et al (see record 2001-16580-012), F. Vitu and G. W. McConkie (see record 2001-16580-013), and C. Beauvillain et al (see record 2001-16580-014) concerning attention, information processing, and eye movement control in reading. The authors discuss some of the basic properties of the Sequential Attention Shift model, together with some of the empirical findings of the various chapters, in the light of what can be derived from basic research on eye movement and attention control. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved)