Barbara J Juhasz
Barbara J Juhasz
Associate Professor of Psychology, Wesleyan University
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TitleCited byYear
The effect of plausibility on eye movements in reading.
K Rayner, T Warren, BJ Juhasz, SP Liversedge
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 30 (6), 1290, 2004
3582004
Age-of-acquisition effects in word and picture identification.
BJ Juhasz
Psychological bulletin 131 (5), 684, 2005
3102005
Investigating the effects of a set of intercorrelated variables on eye fixation durations in reading.
BJ Juhasz, K Rayner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 29 (6), 1312, 2003
2522003
The effects of morphology on the processing of compound words: Evidence from naming, lexical decisions and eye fixations
BJ Juhasz, MS Starr, AW Inhoff, L Placke
British journal of psychology 94 (2), 223-244, 2003
2222003
The effect of word predictability on the eye movements of Chinese readers
K Rayner, X Li, BJ Juhasz, G Yan
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 12 (6), 1089-1093, 2005
1452005
The role of age of acquisition and word frequency in reading: Evidence from eye fixation durations
BJ Juhasz, K Rayner
Visual Cognition 13 (7-8), 846-863, 2006
1242006
Distinct subsystems for the parafoveal processing of spatial and linguistic information during eye fixations in reading
AW Inhoff, R Radach, BM Eiter, B Juhasz
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 56 (5), 803-827, 2003
1092003
Adults’ number-line estimation strategies: Evidence from eye movements
JL Sullivan, BJ Juhasz, TJ Slattery, HC Barth
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (3), 557-563, 2011
1082011
Do readers obtain preview benefit from word n + 2? A test of serial attention shift versus distributed lexical processing models of eye movement control in reading.
K Rayner, BJ Juhasz, SJ Brown
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (1), 230, 2007
1062007
Eye movements and the use of parafoveal word length information in reading.
BJ Juhasz, SJ White, SP Liversedge, K Rayner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (6 …, 2008
1042008
Eye movements in reading: Old questions and new directions
K Rayner, B Juhasz
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 16 (1-2), 340-352, 2004
1022004
The role of interword spaces in the processing of English compound words
BJ Juhasz, AW Inhoff, K Rayner
Language and cognitive processes 20 (1-2), 291-316, 2005
972005
Eye movements during reading
K Rayner, BJ Juhasz, A Pollatsek
The science of reading: A handbook, 79-97, 2005
932005
Binocular coordination of the eyes during reading: Word frequency and case alternation affect fixation duration but not fixation disparity
BJ Juhasz, SP Liversedge, SJ White, K Rayner
The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 59 (9), 1614-1625, 2006
892006
Immediate and delayed effects of word frequency and word length on eye movements in reading: A reversed delayed effect of word length.
A Pollatsek, BJ Juhasz, ED Reichle, D Machacek, K Rayner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (3), 726, 2008
762008
The influence of semantic transparency on eye movements during English compound word recognition
BJ Juhasz
Eye Movements, 373-389, 2007
682007
Immediate disambiguation of lexically ambiguous words during reading: Evidence from eye movements
K Rayner, AE Cook, BJ Juhasz, L Frazier
British Journal of Psychology 97 (4), 467-482, 2006
672006
Tangible words are recognized faster: The grounding of meaning in sensory and perceptual systems
BJ Juhasz, MJ Yap, J Dicke, SC Taylor, MM Gullick
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (9), 1683-1691, 2011
652011
The relationship between indecisiveness and eye movement patterns in a decision making informational search task
AL Patalano, BJ Juhasz, J Dicke
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 23 (4), 353-368, 2010
642010
Inhibition of saccade return in reading
K Rayner, B Juhasz, J Ashby, C Clifton Jr
Vision Research 43 (9), 1027-1034, 2003
602003
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