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Location of navigation menus in websites: an experimental study with Arabic users
(Universal Access in the Information Society, 2017)
While Arabic users represent by far the fastest growing language population on the Internet, research about how the peculiarities of Arabic language may shape users’ web interactions is still scarce. The preferences of ...
Does visual letter similarity modulate masked form priming in young readers of Arabic?
(Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2018)
We carried out a masked priming lexical decision experiment to study whether visual letter similarity plays a role during the initial phases of word processing in young readers of Arabic (fifth graders). Arabic is ideally ...
Do Diacritical Marks Play a Role at the Early Stages of Word Recognition in Arabic?
(Frontiers in Psychology, 2016)
A crucial question in the domain of visual word recognition is whether letter similarity plays a role in the early stages of visual word processing. Here we focused on Arabic because in this language there are various ...
Does the Visual Attention Span Play a Role in Reading in Arabic?
(Scientific Studies of Reading, 2018)
It is unclear whether the association between the visual attention (VA) span and reading differs across languages. Here we studied this relationship in Arabic, where the use of specific reading strategies depends on the ...