The intrinsic factors such as
the visual constraints, extrinsic such as
biomechanics, interface such as the support: the writing, the
linguistics, the typography, the sense of progress of the language, have their
impact on the habit, and the fittest and particularly the efficiency in
reading. We suspect that circuits and zones involved in horizontal orientation “right
to the left” are not the same the other way around hanging the linguistic collection. Reading Arabic provided
with a specific difference in
vocalization proves to be a valuable model verification two major issues
which arouse language perception: [lexical processing: is it instantaneous (visual memory) or delayed (memory-tampon)? ···]. And a comparison with other models of language
detection mechanisms and brain areas mnemonics which is involved in making
information. Results are significatively: children vocalized mode is best seen.
It must extend the duration of the mode without vowels. In our opinion, our
study is original, and we introduced what a valuable tool in the diagnosis of
visual and cognitive strategy by the biotechnology technical based on
variations in terms of reading. This opens a horizon of opportunity for the
application of the method to the Arabic language to determine the differences
in eye size reflecting the effects of task variables in reading and a comparative study of other languages.
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