An Experimental Study of the Eye-Voice Span in Reading (Classic Reprint)

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Fb&c Limited, Aug 5, 2015 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 122 pages
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Quantz computed the correlations between eye-voice span and rate of reading and between eye - voice span and the positions in the line. He found a high correlation between reading rate and the width of the eye-voice span. He also found that the span depended to a great extent upon the point in the line at which the view was cut off. He reports an average span of words at the beginning of a line, words in the middle, and words at the end of the line.

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