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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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
Feathers, K. M., & Arya, P.. (2012). The role of illustrations during children's reading. Journal of Children's Literature, 38(1), 36-43.
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.
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
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
Paulson, E. J. (2008). Miscues and eye movements functions of comprehension. In Scientific Realism in Studies of Reading . New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates .
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 .
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 .
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.
Hung, Y. - N. (2004). Seeing is not perceiving: A preliminary EMMA study of EFL reading. In International Conference on English Instruction and Assessment.