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Laboratories

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Eye Movement and Reading Laboratory

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Eye Movement and Reading Laboratory is directed by Dr. Jie-Li Tsai, who serves as Associate Professor at Department of Psychology of NCCU. His research focuses on topics of eye movement control and lexical processing in reading Chinese. At the visual, lexical, and contextual levels, the reading processes are investigated for the time courses of foveal and parafoveal processing of words, Chinese word parsing in sentence, sentential context and ambiguous word resolution, and visual-auditory word integration. In addition, he also interests at individual differences of reading Chinese, including developmental difference of eye movements in reading and learning Chinese as the second language. With both fundamental and applied researches, Dr. Tsai highlights the commonality and specificity of Chinese script to other language systems. He is also sophisticated in eye movement methodology using the eye movement contingent display change technique and various experiment paradigms.
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