reversal is frustrating. It is the act of reading
a word, or small groups of words, in the wrong sequence. In effect, the eye
makes an error by reversing the word order on the page. The result is
the sub-vocalized sentence sounds ridiculous. For example:
The printed sentence: "The girl throws her book across the room in
Your eyes may read the order: "The girl throws across the book her room in total frustration."
You react by going back and re-reading the sentence again
until it sounds correct. One of the main causes is
Your eyes try to move across the words faster sub-vocalization
will allow you to hear them. You re-read the sentence, not
because you did not understand it, but because it didn't sound right.
TurboRead removes the problem of word
reversal by allowing your eyes to move as fast as they need or want to across
the print. Less sub-vocalization means your brain doesn't need to wait for the
sentences to sound correct. You simply understand what you are
reading while you are reading it.
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