We are very pleased that the paper “Exploring the Associations between Reading Skills and Eye Movements in Elementary Children’s Silent Sentence Reading” has been accepted for publication in Reading Psychology. Congratulations to Dr. Sunyoon Lee and co-authors! The purpose of this study was to investigate the associations between elementary students’ reading skills and their online reading (i.e., real-time reading) behaviors during silent sentence processing. The findings show that elementary children’s reading skills reliably predicted their eye movement behaviors. This is the first eye-tracking study published at Texas A&M University in the area of reading!
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