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Subjects Examined in the Present Study
Relation to Reading Rate
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attention span average eye-voice span Average Number average span beginning caused cent chapter characteristic Continuous Eye-Voice Relationship correlation dictaphone record difficult words difficulty dotted elementary school evidence eye and voice eye was fixated eye-movements Eye-Vo factor fiftieths film fixations per line high-school subjects horizontal axis hypnagogic hallucinations immature indicate mature reading maximum span method narrower span ninth line number of fixations number of subjects occurred oral reading Passage by Subject poor readers pronouncing the word quality of reading Quantz reading habits Reading of Test reading rate recognition of meaning record of Subject regressive movements Relation of Eye-Voice selection shows the record silent reading sixth fixation Span by Position span of Subject Span to Reading Subject A3 Subject E22 Subject H5 test passage tion vertical axis voice span voice was pronouncing wide eye-voice span wide span wider words per second wreath