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Book Chapter
Nelson, R. L., Arrington, L. E., Firouzshahi, N., Hunt, P. Arias, Percle, A., Damico, H., & Damico, J. S.. (2023). A constructivist lens of eye-tracking in special populations. In International encyclopedia of education (Fourth., Vol. 4th, pp. 414-422). Elsevier Ltd.
Kim, K., Brown, J., & Knox, M.. (2007). Eye movement and strategic reading. In Critical Issues in Early Literacy: Research and Pedagogy (pp. 47-58). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Paulson, E. J., Flurkey, A., Goodman, Y., & Goodman, K. S.. (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.
Paulson, E. J. (2019). Eye-tracking technology. In J. Damico & Ball, M. (Eds.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders (Vol. 1, pp. 737-740). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.
Kim, K. (2012). How readers process Japanese orthography In two different texts. In Reading In Asian Languages. New York and London : Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
Paulson, E. J. (2008). Miscues and eye movements functions of comprehension. In Scientific Realism in Studies of Reading . New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates .
Ferguson, D., Kato, Y., & Nagahiro, M.. (2012). Miscues and eye movements of Japanese beginning readers. In Reading In Asian Languages. Making Sense of Written Texts in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean . New York and London: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
Paulson, E. J., & Goodman, K. S.. (2008). Re-Reading eye-movement research: Support for transactional models of reading. In Scientific Realism in Studies of Reading . New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates .
Duckett, P. (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 .
Kim, K., & Brown, J.. (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.
Kim, K., & Meyer, R.. (2017). Two curricular worlds: Home and school. In Reclaiming early childhood literacies: Narratives of hope, power, and vision. New York: Routledge.
Liwanag, M. P. S. U., Kim, K., Tucker, S., & Harrison, N.. (2020). Understanding manifestations of reading through eye movement miscue analysis. In K. Whitmore & Meyer, R. (Eds.), Reclaiming Literacies as Meaning Making: Manifestations of Values, Identities, Relationships, and Knowledge. (pp. 51-60). New York: Taylor & Francis.
Ebe, A. (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 .
Conference Paper
Hung, Y. - N. (2004). Seeing is not perceiving: A preliminary EMMA study of EFL reading. In International Conference on English Instruction and Assessment.
Conference Proceedings
Liwanag, M. P. S. U. (2010). Reading patterns in the eye movement miscue analysis of adult bilingual readers. (L. GomezChova, D. Belenguer, M., & I. Torres, C., Eds.)International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation Proceedings. Valencia, Spain: IATED.
Liwanag, M. P. S. U., & Jones, W.. (2011). Transforming teaching and learning by engaging in music eye movement and miscue analysis research. (L. GomezChova, I. Torres, C., & A. Martinez, L., Eds.)International Technology, Education and Development Proceedings. Valencia, Spain: IATED.
Journal Article
Nelson, R. L., Damico, J., & Smith, S. K.. (2008). 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
Duckett, P. (2003). Envisioning story: The eye movements of beginning readers. Literacy Teaching and Learning, 7(1-2), 77-89.
Feathers, K. M., & Arya, P.. (2015). Exploring young children's patterns of image use in a picture book. Language & Literacy: A Canadian Educational E-Journal, 17(1), 42-62.
Duckett, P. (2002). New insights: Eye fixations and the reading process. Talking Points, 13(2), 16-21.
Arya, P., & Feathers, K. M.. (2012). Reconsidering children's readings: Insights into the reading process. Reading Psychology, 33(4), 301-322. doi:10.1080/02702711.2010.518881
Porter, H., Kim, K., Franzak, J., & MacDonald, K.. (2020). Reframing and repositioning college readers' assumptions about reading through eye movement miscue analysis. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 63(5), 519-528. doi:10.1002/jaal.1033
Feathers, K. M., & Arya, P.. (2012). The role of illustrations during children's reading. Journal of Children's Literature, 38(1), 36-43.
Wang, Y., Arslan-Ari, I., & Hao, L.. (2022). "Strategies are more important than words:"A case study of adult English Learners" disciplinary reading. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 60, 1-13. doi:10.1016/j.jeap.2022.101182
Brown, J., Kim, K., & O'Brien Ramirez, K.. (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
Hung, Y. - N. (2014). “What are you looking at?” An eye movement exploration in science text reading. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 12(2), 241-260. presented at the April 2014.