This project extends our previous mathematical modelling of the integration of eye-movement control and syntactic processing to include electrophysiological indicators during reading. We work with a process-oriented model in which prediction of behaviour is implemented at the level of individual subjects. As a long-term goal, we plan to also include neural processes in the model via electrophysiological markers to obtain a well-founded theoretical explanation of the dynamics of natural reading comprehension and its connection with individually variable eye movements and event-related potentials.
Department of Psychology
Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 24-25, House 14, Room 4.02
Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 24-25, House 14, Room 2.36