One page of text: Eye movements during regular and thorough reading, skimming, and spell checking.

Strukelj, Alexander; Centre For Languages And Literature & The Humanities Laboratory, Lund University, Lund, Sweden & Niehorster, Diederick C; The Humanities Laboratory & Department Of Psychology, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
Eye movements during regular reading, thorough reading, skimming, and spell checking of single pages of text were measured, to investigate how high-level reading tasks elicited by instructions affect reading behavior. Word frequency and word length effects were found. All results were compared to regular reading. Thorough reading involved longer total reading times and more rereading, and resulted in higher comprehension scores. Skimming involved longer saccades, shorter average fixation durations, more word skipping, shorter total reading...
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