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    • E-Readers Are More Effective than Paper for Some with Dyslexia 

      Schneps, Matthew H.; Thomson, Jenny M.; Chen, Chen; Sonnert, Gerhard; Pomplun, Marc (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      E-readers are fast rivaling print as a dominant method for reading. Because they offer accessibility options that are impossible in print, they are potentially beneficial for those with impairments, such as dyslexia. Yet, ...
    • Romantic Transfer: From Science to Social Ideologies 

      Chen, Chen (2017-05-04)
      The transfer of learning is arguably the most enduring goal of education. The history of science reveals that numerous theories transfer from natural-science to the socio-political realm, but educational practitioners often ...
    • Shorter Lines Facilitate Reading in Those Who Struggle 

      Schneps, Matthew H.; Thomson, Jenny M.; Sonnert, Gerhard; Pomplun, Marc; Chen, Chen; Heffner-Wong, Amanda (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      People with dyslexia, who ordinarily struggle to read, sometimes remark that reading is easier when e-readers are used. Here, we used eye tracking to observe high school students with dyslexia as they read using these ...