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Constanza (Alemania) Theodor-Heus-Gymnasium. E-mail address: michael.dambacher@uni-potsdam.de (M. Dambacher). Formación académica. Fachbereichsreferent. ‪Heisenberg Professor, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin‬ - ‪Citado por 4,086‬ - ‪Active vision‬ - ‪Eye movements‬ - ‪Attention‬ - ‪Visual perception‬ - ‪Perception and Action‬ Pseudohomophone Effects Provide Evidence of Early Lexico-Phonological Processing in Visual Word Recognition Mario Braun,l* Florian Hutzler,2 Johannes C. Ziegler,3 Michael Dambacher, I and Arthur M. Jacobs I lGeneral and Neurocognitive Psychologtj, Freie Universitiit Berlin, Berlin, Germany 1 Predictability usually measured in a cloze task is the proportion of people correctly predicting a word from a given context. Karsten Donnay, Assistant Professor of Political Behavior and Digital Media, University of Zurich. Dambacher M(1), Hübner R. Author information: (1)Department of Psychology, Universität Konstanz, Box D29 78457, Konstanz, Germany. 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