Schotter, E. R., Leinenger, M., & von der Malsburg, T. (in press). When your brain skips what your eyes see: How forced fixations lead to comprehension illusions in reading. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
Leinenger, M. & Rayner, K. (2017). What we know about skilled, beginning, and older readers from monitoring their eye movements: Implications for teaching reading. In J. A. León & I. Escudero (Eds.) Reading Comprehension in Educational Settings. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins.
Leinenger, M., Myslín, M., Rayner, K., & Levy, R. (2017). Do resource constraints affect lexical processing? Evidence from eye movements. Journal of Memory and Language, 93, 82-103. pdf (accepted version)
Schotter, E. R. & Leinenger, M. (2016). Reversed preview benefit effects: Forced fixations emphasize the importance of parafoveal vision for efficient reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 42, 2039-2067.
Leinenger, M., Schotter, E. R., & Rayner, K. (2016). Models of the reading process. In H. Miller (Ed.) Encyclopedia of theory in psychology. SAGE.
Leinenger, M., & Rayner K. (2015) Eye movements and visual attention during reading. In J. Fawcett, E. F. Risko, & A. Kingstone (Eds.) The Handbook of Attention. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
Leinenger, M. (2014). Phonological coding during reading. Psychological Bulletin, 140, 1534-1555. pdf
Higgins, E. M., Leinenger, M. & Rayner, K. (2014) Eye movements when viewing advertisements. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00210. pdf
Leinenger, M. & Rayner, K. (2013). Eye movements while reading biased homographs: Effects of prior encounter and biasing context on reducing the subordinate bias effect. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 25, 665-681. pdf
Becker, M.W. & Leinenger, M. (2011). Attentional selection is biased toward mood-congruent stimuli. Emotion, 11, 1248-1254.
Manuscripts Under Review or In Preparation:
Schotter, E.R., von der Malsburg, T., & Leinenger, M. (under revision). The impact of forced fixations on word recognition: Dissociation of oculomotor behavior and linguistic processing.
Leinenger, M. (under revision). Survival analyses of eye movement data reveal the time course of phonological coding during reading. Related Poster from Psychonomics, 2015
Leinenger, M. (in prep). The time course of phonological coding in deaf readers: Evidence from survival analyses of eye movements.
*Barker, E., Schotter, E.R., Leinenger, M. (in prep). How sight-singing strategies differ between voice types: Evidence from production errors.
Leinenger, M. (in prep). Effects of phonemic decoding ability and reading skill on the time course of phonological coding during reading.
*Barker, E., Schotter, E.R., Leinenger, M. (in prep). The effect of pitch complexity on eye movements during musical sight-reading.