Researches of the Center for Language and Brain gave an interview to the Journal Commersant.
Researches of the Center for Language and Brain told the Journal Commersant about the difference in reading among different Russian-speaking people.
Journal Commersant published an article about Olga Parshina's study. The study was the first to use a new method of analyzing reading patterns in different groups of Russian-speaking participants: adults and children, and bilinguals speaking Russian and English. In the study, three typical eye-movement trajectories were defined: fluent, intermediate, and beginner. The results showed that different groups of Russian-speaking readers tend to use different reading trajectories.