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<p>Hello, and thank you for attending my poster! Please feel free to ask questions or offer comments via the OSF comments feature (click the speech bubble in the top right corner) or by email at smilliga@mail.usf.edu</p> <p>In the files section you will find a PDF of the poster (CUNY_2020_poster.pdf), video of the poster presentation (Milligan_Schotter_CUNY2020_video.mp4), and transcript of the presentation (CUNY_2020_poster_transcript)</p> <p>Abstract: The current study uses the gaze-contingent boundary eye tracking paradigm to investigate the role of sentence context and individual differences in linguistic/cognitive abilities in parafoveal processing of phonological information durign reading. We find main effects of constraint and preview condition on skipping rates and an interaction between constraint, preview, and phonological decoding ability. These findings suggest that individuals with strong connections between orthographic and phonological representations generate expectations that feed down to the level of phonology and aid word recognition.</p>
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