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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).
Seeing is not perceiving: A preliminary EMMA study of EFL reading. In International Conference on English Instruction and Assessment.. (2004).
Envisioning story: The eye movements of beginning readers. Literacy Teaching and Learning, 7(1-2), 77-89.. (2003).
Eye movements and miscue analysis: Reading from a constructivist perspective. In The Fifty-Second Yearbook of the National Reading Conference (Vol. 52, pp. 343-355). Oak Creek, Wisconsin: National Reading Conference, Inc.. (2003).
Insight from the eyes: The science of effective reading instruction. New Hampshire: Heinemann.. (2003).
The processing of the Japanese article Wa and Ga using eye movement research and miscue analysis: Reading comprehensionof a Japanese story by Japanese English bilinguals. Canadian Association for Japanese Language Education, 5, 103-116.. (2003).
Are oral reading word omissions and substitutions caused by careless eye movements?. Journal of Reading Pscyhology, 23(1), 45-66.. (2002).
Does the degree of reaidng power assessment reflect the reading process? An eye movement examination. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 46(3), 234-244.. (2002).
New insights: Eye fixations and the reading process. Talking Points, 13(2), 16-21.. (2002).
The eyes have it: Oral miscue and eye movement analysis of the reading of fourth grade Spanish/English bilinguals. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona.. (2001).
First-grade beginning reader's use of pictures and print as they read. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona.. (2001).
What does the machine reveal about the reading process? Based on Russian text material with the use of an eye movement fixation apparatus. (In Russian). In 1st National Kazakhstan Reading Conference Yearbook (pp. 131-142).. (2001).
Adult readers' eye movement during the production of oral miscues. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona.. (2000).
Eye movements and miscue analysis: What do the eyes do when a reader makes a miscue?. Southern Arizona Review, 1, 55-62.. (1999).
Influential studies in eye-movement research. Reading Online. Retrieved from http://www.readingonline.org/research/eyemove.html. (1999).