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    Title: Effects of typographic variables on eye-movement measures in reading Chinese from a screen
    Authors: Yen, N. S.
    Tsai, J. L.
    Chen, P. L.
    Lin, H. Y.
    Chen , A. L. P.
    Contributors: 政大心理系
    Keywords: Foreign Countries;Chinese;Reading Rate;Eye Movements;Computer Mediated Communication;Computer System Design;Human Factors Engineering;College Students;Experiments;Use Studies;Predictor Variables;Statistical Analysis;Ideography;Layout;Computer Interfaces;Design Preferences
    Date: 2011-11
    Issue Date: 2013-06-06 14:26:34 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: To investigate the most efficient way to represent text in reading Chinese on computer displays, three typographic variables, character size (41[feet] arc/24 pixels and 60[feet] arc/32 pixels), character spacing (1/4 and 1/8 character width) and font type (Kai and Ming), were manipulated. Results showed that the reading speed for Chinese characters of Kai type in 24 pixels with 1/8 character spacing was the shortest. Character size significantly affected overall reading speed; in specific, text in 24-pixel characters was read faster than text in 32-pixel characters. Further eye-movement analyses revealed that text in smaller-sized characters had longer fixation duration, fewer fixations and fewer regressions than text in larger-sized characters. The interaction between character spacing and font type was observed on overall reading efficiency and on some eye-movement measures, which suggests that different character spacings should be considered in different font types for more efficient reading. Generally, characters in Kai font were easier to read with 1/8 character spacing than with 1/4 character spacing. The relationship between eye-movement measures and overall reading efficiency was further discussed.
    Relation: Behaviour & Information Technology, 30(6), 797-808.
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0144929X.2010.523900
    DOI: 10.1080/0144929X.2010.523900
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