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Incomplete Semantic Processing of Skipped Words During Reading

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Dr. Jocelyn R. Folk describes her research into how skipped words are processed during reading. By priming readers with short, uncommon words, her team found that partial lexical identification is likely to occur before readers skip a word.

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