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“The findings also add to a wealth of information about eye movements that scientists have built up over the years as they seek a better grasp of how we understand written language, Liversedge said.”
“Using sophisticated eye tracking equipment, the team looked at letters within a word and found that people combined parts of a word that were on average two letters apart, said Simon Liversedge, a cognitive psychologist at the University of Southampton.”
“The findings could lead to better methods of teaching children to read and offer remedial treatments for those with reading disorders such as dyslexia, said Liversedge, who presented his work at a meeting organized by the British Association for the Advancement of Science.”
“Over the past 40 years scientists have studied eye movements and reading, with a general consensus that people look at the same letter within a word with both eyes, Liversedge said.”
“Then they ran further tests to see why people did not have double vision from picking out individual letters and found that the brain fuses the two signals that come in from the different eyes into one clear image, Liversedge said.”
“The division had two regiments in the initial assault force: the 28th Marines, commanded by former Raider Colonel Harry Liversedge, and the 27th Marines, commanded by Colonel Thomas Wornham.”
“With no reserves, Colonel Harry Liversedge had no choice but to order a withdrawal.”
“Marine Colonel Harry “the Horse” Liversedge, in charge of the Northern Group, had the difficult duty of breaking through the Japanese fortress.”
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