Effect of Dravidian vernacular, English and Hindi during onscreen reading text: A physiological, subjective and objective evaluation study

Majumdar, Deepti; DIPAS, DRDO, Delhi, India, Chowdhury, Bodhisattwa; DIPAS, DRDO, Delhi, India, Majumdar, Dhurjati; DIPAS, DRDO, Delhi, India & Bhattacharyya, Debojyoti; DIPAS, DRDO, Delhi, India
Multilingualism has become an integral part of our present lifestyle. India has twenty two registered official languages with English and Hindi being most widely used for all official activities across the nation. As both these languages are introduced later in life, it was hypothesised that comprehensive reading will be better and faster if the native medium was used. Therefore present study aimed to evaluate the differences in performance while using one of the four Indian...
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