Jane Ashby
Jane Ashby
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Psychology of reading
K Rayner, A Pollatsek, J Ashby, C Clifton Jr
Psychology Press, 2012
32572012
Eye movements as reflections of comprehension processes in reading
K Rayner, KH Chace, TJ Slattery, J Ashby
Scientific studies of reading 10 (3), 241-255, 2006
4692006
The effects of frequency and predictability on eye fixations in reading: Implications for the EZ Reader model.
K Rayner, J Ashby, A Pollatsek, ED Reichle
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 30 (4), 720, 2004
3962004
Eye movements of highly skilled and average readers: Differential effects of frequency and predictability
J Ashby, K Rayner, C Clifton Jr
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 58 (6), 1065-1086, 2005
3122005
The prosodic property of lexical stress affects eye movements during silent reading
J Ashby, C Clifton Jr
Cognition 96 (3), B89-B100, 2005
2042005
Eye movement control in reading: Word predictability has little influence on initial landing positions in words
K Rayner, KS Binder, J Ashby, A Pollatsek
Vision Research 41 (7), 943-954, 2001
1962001
Representing syllable information during silent reading: Evidence from eye movements
J Ashby, K Rayner
Language and Cognitive Processes 19 (3), 391-426, 2004
1442004
Vowel processing during silent reading: Evidence from eye movements.
J Ashby, R Treiman, B Kessler, K Rayner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (2), 416, 2006
1152006
Prosody in skilled silent reading: Evidence from eye movements
J Ashby
Journal of Research in Reading 29 (3), 318-333, 2006
1142006
Eye movements and the perceptual span in silent and oral reading
J Ashby, J Yang, KHC Evans, K Rayner
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (4), 634-640, 2012
992012
Prosodic phonological representations early in visual word recognition.
J Ashby, AE Martin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 34 (1), 224, 2008
952008
Skilled readers begin processing sub-phonemic features by 80 ms during visual word recognition: Evidence from ERPs
J Ashby, LD Sanders, J Kingston
Biological psychology 80 (1), 84-94, 2009
772009
Dyslexia and fluency: Parafoveal and foveal influences on rapid automatized naming.
MW Jones, J Ashby, HP Branigan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (2), 554, 2013
692013
Inhibition of saccade return in reading
K Rayner, B Juhasz, J Ashby, C Clifton Jr
Vision Research 43 (9), 1027-1034, 2003
642003
Phonology is fundamental in skilled reading: Evidence from ERPs
J Ashby
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 17 (1), 95-100, 2010
532010
Phonemic awareness contributes to text reading fluency: Evidence from eye movements
J Ashby, H Dix, M Bontrager, R Dey, A Archer
School Psychology Review 42 (2), 157-170, 2013
512013
Literacy development: Insights from research on skilled reading
J Ashby, K Rayner
Handbook of early literacy research 2, 52-63, 2006
492006
An early and integral role in identifying words
LK Halderman, J Ashby, CA Perfetti
Visual word recognition volume 1: Models and methods, orthography and …, 2012
462012
Phonological activation of word meanings in grade 5 readers.
D Jared, J Ashby, SJ Agauas, BA Levy
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (4), 524, 2016
292016
Psychology of reading
A Pollatsek, J Ashby, C Clifton Jr
Psychology Press, 2012
152012
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