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Supporting multilingual learners as readers: Lessons from eye movement miscue analysis. English Journal, 106(3).. (2017).
Two curricular worlds: Home and school. In Reclaiming early childhood literacies: Narratives of hope, power, and vision. New York: Routledge.. (2017).
Children's eye movements, miscue analysis patterns, and retellings when reading a counterpoint picture book. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice.. (2016).
Reading: The Grand Illusion How and Why People Make Sense of Print. New York, NY: Routledge.. (2016).
Exploring young children's patterns of image use in a picture book. Language & Literacy: A Canadian Educational E-Journal, 17(1).. (2015).
“What are you looking at?” An eye movement exploration in science text reading. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 12(2). presented at the April 2014.. (2014).
How Readers Process Japanese Orthography In Two Different Texts. In Reading In Asian Languages. New York and London : Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.. (2012).
Miscues And Eye Movements Of Japanese Beginner Readers . In Reading In Asian Languages. Making Sense of Written Texts in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean . New York and London: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.. (2012).
Reading multimodally: Designing and developing multimedia literacy projects through an understanding of eye movement miscue analysis. Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy. Retrieved from http://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/reading-multimodally-designing-and-developing-multimedia-literacy-projects-through-an-understanding-of-eye-movement-miscue-analysis-emma/. (2012).
Reconsidering children's readings: Insights into the reading process. Reading Psychology, 33(4), 301-322. doi:10.1080/02702711.2010.518881. (2012).
The role of illustrations during children's reading. Journal of Children's Literature, 38(1), 36-43.. (2012).
Transforming Pre-service teacher's perceptions of reading through their experience and reflection on EMMA. In Critical Issues in Literacy Pedagogy: Notes from the Trenches. San Diego, CA: University Readers.. (2012).
What a teacher hears, what a reader sees: Eye movements from a phonics-taught second grader. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 12(2), 202-222. doi:10.1177/1468798411417081. (2012).
Transforming teaching and learning by engaging in music eye movement and miscue analysis research. ( )International Technology, Education and Development Proceedings. Valencia, Spain: IATED.. (2011).
Reading patterns in the eye movement miscue analysis of adult bilingual readers. ( )International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation Proceedings. Valencia, Spain: IATED.. (2010).
Reframing the Reading Process through EMMA (Eye Movement and Miscue Analysis). Talking Points, 22(1), 10-14.. (2010).
Applying eye movement miscue analysis to the reading patterns of children with language impairment. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 22(4-5), 293-303. doi:10.1080/02699200801919265. (2008).
Miscues And Eye Movements Functions of Comprehension . In Scientific Realism in Studies of Reading . New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates .. (2008).
Re-Reading Eye-Movement Research: Support for Transactional Models of Reading . In Scientific Realism in Studies of Reading . New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates .. (2008).
Seeing The Story For The Words: The Eye Movements of Beginning Readers . In Scientific Realism in Studies of Reading . New York : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates .. (2008).
What Eye Movement And Miscue Analysis Reveals About The Reading Process Of Young Bilinguals . In Scientific Realism in Studies of Reading . New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates .. (2008).
Eye Movement and Strategic Reading. In Critical Issues in Early Literacy: Research and Pedagogy (pp. 47-58). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.. (2007).
Peer review reviewed: Investigating the juxtaposition of composition students’ eye movements and peer-review processes. Research in the Teaching of English, 41, 304-335.. (2007).
Viewing eye movements during reading through the lens of chaos theory: How reading is like the weather. Reading Research Quarterly, 40, 338–358.. (2005).
Envisioning story: The eye movements of beginning readers. Literacy Teaching and Learning, 7(1-2), 77-89.. (2003).