I can read it in your eyes: What eye movements tell us about visuo-attentional processes in developmental dyslexia

  • Bellocchi S
  • Muneaux M
  • Bastien-Toniazzo M
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Abstract

Most studies today agree about the link between visual-attention and oculomotor control during reading: attention seems to affect saccadic programming, that is, the position where the eyes land in a word. Moreover, recent studies show that visuo-attentional processes are strictly linked to normal and impaired reading. In particular, a large body of research has found evidence of defective visuo-attentional processes in dyslexics. What do eye movements tell us about visuo-attentional deficits in developmental dyslexia? The purpose of this paper is to explore the link between oculomotor control and dyslexia, taking into account its heterogeneous manifestation and comorbidity. Clinical perspectives in the use of the eye-movements approach to better explore and understand reading impairments are discussed. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd.

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  • Children
  • Developmental dyslexia
  • Eye movements
  • Reading
  • Visuo-attentional processes

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Authors

  • Stéphanie Bellocchi

  • Mathilde Muneaux

  • Mireille Bastien-Toniazzo

  • Stéphanie Ducrot

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