His primary scientific interests are in Eye movement, Communication, Fixation, Cognitive psychology and Reading. His Eye movement research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Eye tracking, Visual perception, Gaze-contingency paradigm and Gaze. His Communication research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Vision span, Semantic relation, Artificial intelligence and Humanities.
His study in Fixation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Predictability, Speech recognition, Peripheral vision, Vocabulary and Reading rate. Visual learning is closely connected to Covert in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Cognitive psychology. His work carried out in the field of Reading brings together such families of science as Word, Control, Lexical decision task and Word lists by frequency.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Eye movement, Reading, Communication, Cognitive psychology and Fixation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Gaze, Visual perception, Gaze-contingency paradigm, Eye tracking and Driving simulator. His research on Reading also deals with topics like
Alexander Pollatsek has included themes like Vision span, Speech recognition, Saccade, Artificial intelligence and Computer vision in his Communication study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psycholinguistics, Social psychology, Perception and Dyslexia in addition to Cognitive psychology. Alexander Pollatsek combines subjects such as Visual field and Word lists by frequency with his study of Fixation.
His primary areas of study are Eye movement, Reading, Driving simulator, Communication and Human factors and ergonomics. His Eye movement research incorporates themes from Social psychology, Cognitive psychology, Visual search and Gaze. His studies in Cognitive psychology integrate themes in fields like Cognitive science, Gaze-contingency paradigm, Behaviorism and Dyslexia.
The various areas that he examines in his Reading study include Compound, Writing system, Fixation and Character. His work focuses on many connections between Communication and other disciplines, such as Speech recognition, that overlap with his field of interest in Word recognition. His studies deal with areas such as Injury prevention and Suicide prevention as well as Human factors and ergonomics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Eye movement, Reading, Human factors and ergonomics, Word recognition and Injury prevention. Alexander Pollatsek is interested in Fixation, which is a branch of Eye movement. His research integrates issues of Saccadic masking and Human–computer interaction in his study of Fixation.
His work on Reading disability as part of general Reading research is frequently linked to Intrapersonal communication, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Word recognition study combines topics in areas such as Reading comprehension, Communication and Written language. His Cognitive psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Working memory, Social psychology and Gaze-contingency paradigm.
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Psychology of reading
Keith Rayner;Alexander Pollatsek;Jane Ashby;Charles Clifton.
The psychology of reading
Keith Rayner;Alexander Pollatsek.
Toward a model of eye movement control in reading.
Erik D. Reichle;Alexander Pollatsek;Donald L. Fisher;Keith Rayner.
Psychological Review (1998)
The E-Z reader model of eye-movement control in reading: comparisons to other models
Erik D. Reichle;Keith Rayner;Alexander Pollatsek.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (2003)
The Interaction of Contextual Constraints and Parafoveal Visual Information in Reading
David A Balota;Alexander Pollatsek;Keith Rayner.
Cognitive Psychology (1985)
On the use of counterbalanced designs in cognitive research: a suggestion for a better and more powerful analysis
Alexander Pollatsek;Arnold D. Well.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (1995)
Asymmetries in the perceptual span for Israeli readers
Alexander Pollatsek;Shmuel Bolozky;Arnold D. Well;Keith Rayner.
Brain and Language (1981)
Asymmetry of the effective visual field in reading.
Keith Rayner;Arnold D. Well;Alexander Pollatsek.
Attention Perception & Psychophysics (1980)
Unspaced Text Interferes with Both Word Identification and Eye Movement Control
Keith Rayner;Martin H. Fischer;Alexander Pollatsek.
Vision Research (1998)
Phonological codes are used in integrating information across saccades in word identification and reading.
Alexander Pollatsek;Mary Lesch;Robin K. Morris;Keith Rayner.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (1992)
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