Albrecht W. Inhoff mostly deals with Eye movement, Fixation, Cognitive psychology, Communication and Perception. His Eye movement study is concerned with the field of Neuroscience as a whole. Albrecht W. Inhoff has included themes like Facilitation and Rule-based machine translation in his Fixation study.
His work carried out in the field of Cognitive psychology brings together such families of science as Developmental psychology and Covert. The Communication study combines topics in areas such as Vision span, Saccade and Foveal. Albrecht W. Inhoff focuses mostly in the field of Vision span, narrowing it down to matters related to Reading and, in some cases, Word.
His primary areas of study are Eye movement, Reading, Communication, Cognitive psychology and Speech recognition. His studies in Eye movement integrate themes in fields like Rule-based machine translation and Information processing. His Reading research incorporates elements of Sentence, Word, Artificial intelligence and Visual perception.
His Communication research incorporates themes from Eye position, Word lists by frequency and Silent reading. His Cognitive psychology study deals with Cognition intersecting with Developmental psychology and Affect. He combines subjects such as Phonology and Lexicon with his study of Speech recognition.
Albrecht W. Inhoff mainly investigates Eye movement, Communication, Speech recognition, Reading and Fixation. His Eye movement study incorporates themes from Cognitive psychology, Information extraction, Word recognition and Rule-based machine translation. In his study, Cluster analysis is strongly linked to Silent reading, which falls under the umbrella field of Communication.
His studies deal with areas such as Word and Word order as well as Speech recognition. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Reading, narrowing it down to issues related to the Control, and often Text comprehension, Literal and Mental image. His study looks at the relationship between Fixation and topics such as Visual attention, which overlap with Social threat, 'Happy' face and Attention shifting.
Albrecht W. Inhoff mainly focuses on Eye movement, Developmental psychology, Fixation, Speech production and Eye position. His Eye movement study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Word recognition, Reading and Information processing. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social threat, 'Happy' face, Eye tracking and Visual attention.
His research integrates issues of Communication and Word identification in his study of Fixation.
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Parafoveal word processing during eye fixations in reading: Effects of word frequency
Albrecht Werner Inhoff;Keith Rayner.
Attention Perception & Psychophysics (1986)
Isolating attentional systems: A cognitive-anatomical analysis
Michael I. Posner;Albrecht Werner Inhoff;Frances J. Friedrich;Asher Cohen.
Masking of foveal and parafoveal vision during eye fixations in reading.
Keith Rayner;Albrecht Werner Inhoff;Robert E. Morrison;Maria L. Slowiaczek.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (1981)
The perceptual span and oculomotor activity during the reading of Chinese sentences.
Albrecht Werner Inhoff;Weimin Liu.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (1998)
Chapter 2 – Definition and Computation of Oculomotor Measures in the Study of Cognitive Processes
Albrecht Werner Inhoff;Ralph Radach.
Eye Guidance in Reading and Scene Perception (1998)
Two stages of word processing during eye fixations in the reading of prose
Albrecht Werner Inhoff.
Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior (1984)
Orienting of visual attention in progressive supranuclear palsy.
Robert D. Rafal;Michael I. Posner;Joseph H. Friedman;Albrecht W. Inhoff.
Mindless reading: eye-movement characteristics are similar in scanning letter strings and reading texts.
Françoise Vitu;J. Kevin O’Regan;Albrecht W. Inhoff;Richard Topolski.
Attention Perception & Psychophysics (1995)
The role of cerebellar structures in the execution of serial movements.
Albrecht Werner Inhoff;Hans Christoph Diener;Robert D. Rafal;Richard Ivry.
Covert attention and eye movements during reading.
Albrecht Werner Inhoff;Alexander Pollatsek;Michael I. Posner;Keith Rayner.
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (1989)
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