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Regression analyses as a tool for studying reading processes: comment on Just and Carpenter's eye fixation theory.

R Kliegl, R K Olson, B J Davidson ... Fixation, Ocular, Humans, Psychological Theory, reading, Regression Analysis, Visual Perception ...

SWIFT: a dynamical model of saccade generation during reading.

Main goals of the development of the SWIFT model (R. Engbert, A. Longtin, & R. Kliegl, 2002) were to investigate the possibility of ... Ralf Engbert, Antje Nuthmann, Eike M Richter, Reinhold Kliegl ...

The effects of learning a new algorithm on asymptotic accuracy and execution speed in old age: a reanalysis.

study on training in the method of loci (Baltes & Kliegl, 1992). The effects of instruction were to ... P Verhaeghen, R Kliegl ... Adult, Aged, Aging, Algorithms, female, Humans, Learning, male, Middle Aged ...

Age differences in dual-task performance after practice.

to be able to do so (K. Oberauer & R. Kliegl, 2004). Twelve young and 12 older adults practiced a ... Katrin Göthe, Klaus Oberauer, Reinhold Kliegl ... Adolescent, Adult, Aged, Aging, Attention, female ...

Effects of cognitive training and testing on intellectual efficacy beliefs in elderly adults.

gains in objective test performance (Baltes, Kliegl, & Dittmann-Kohli, 1988), only ability training ... F Dittmann-Kohli, M E Lachman, R Kliegl, P B Baltes ... Aged, Aged, 80 and over, Attitude, Cognition ...

Dyslexic and normal readers' eye movements.

Dyslexic and normal readers' eye movements were compared while tracking a moving fixation point and in reading. Contrary to previous reports, the dyslexic and normal ... R K Olson, R Kliegl, B J Davidson ...

The fast and the slow of skilled bimanual rhythm production: parallel versus integrated timing.

Professional pianists performed 2 bimanual rhythms at a wide range of different tempos. The polyrhythmic task required the combination of 2 ... R T Krampe, R Kliegl, U Mayr, R Engbert, D Vorberg ...

Age-specific problems in rhythmic timing.

The authors investigated performance in 2 rhythm tasks in young (M = 23.8 years) and older (M = 71.4 years) amateur pianists to test whether slowing of a central clock ... R T Krampe, R Engbert, R Kliegl ...

Task-set switching and long-term memory retrieval.

component of task-set switching ("advance reconfiguration;" R. D. Rogers & S. Monsell, 1995) and ... U Mayr, R Kliegl ... Adolescent, Adult, Cues, female, Humans, male, Memory, Mental Recall, Reaction Time ...

Reconstruction of eye movements during blinks.

In eye movement research in reading, the amount of data plays a crucial role for the validation of results. A methodological problem for the ... M S Baptista, C Bohn, R Kliegl, R Engbert, J Kurths ...

Complex semantic processing in old age: does it stay or does it go?

Old adults' (N = 24) and young adults' (N = 24) speed of producing exemplars of semantic categories (i.e., semantic fluency) varying in difficulty was assessed both in a standard ... U Mayr, R Kliegl ...

Time-accuracy functions for determining process and person differences: an application to cognitive aging.

A paradigm for the determination of time-accuracy functions (TAFs) for individual participants is introduced for two pairs of tasks differing in cognitive complexity ... R Kliegl, U Mayr, R T Krampe ...

Development of phonetic memory in disabled and normal readers.

a significant advantage across age in the auditory WISC-R digit span recall test, and a test of ... R K Olson, B J Davidson, R Kliegl, S E Davies ... Adolescent, Child, Dyslexia, female, Humans, male, Memory ...

Professional expertise does not eliminate age differences in imagery-based memory performance during adulthood.

Using a testing-the-limits paradigm, the authors investigated the modulation (attenuation) of negative adult age differences in imagery-based memory performance ... U Lindenberger, R Kliegl, P B Baltes ...

Sequential and coordinative complexity: age-based processing limitations in figural transformations.

Dimensions of cognitive complexity in figural transformations were examined in the context of adult age differences. Sequential complexity was manipulated through figural ... U Mayr, R Kliegl ...

Speed and intelligence in old age.

Past research suggests that age differences in measures of cognitive speed contribute to differences in intellectual functioning between young and old adults. To ... U Lindenberger, U Mayr, R Kliegl ...

Mathematical models of eye movements in reading: a possible role for autonomous saccades.

An efficient method for the exact numerical simulation of semi-Markov processes is used to study minimal models of the control of eye movements in reading. When we read a text ... R Engbert, R Kliegl ...

Modeling intrusions and correct recall in episodic memory: adult age differences in encoding of list context.

A model for correct recall and intrusions in cued recall of word lists is introduced. Intrusions are false responses that were correct in an earlier list. The model assumes 3 ... R Kliegl, U Lindenberger ...

Reserve capacity of the elderly in aging-sensitive tests of fluid intelligence: replication and extension.

Fluid intelligence belongs to that cluster of intellectual abilities evincing aging loss. To examine further the range of intellectual reserve available to ... P B Baltes, F Dittmann-Kohli, R Kliegl ...

Sequential and coordinative complexity in time-accuracy functions for mental arithmetic.

Time-accuracy functions for tasks involving single-digit mental addition and subtraction were derived in a sample of 18 younger (mean age = 21.7 years) and 16 older ... P Verhaeghen, R Kliegl, U Mayr ...

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