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The results showed that whereas young adults (18-30 years) found it easiest to read lines of text when the fine visual detail was present, this was more difficult for older adults (65+years), who found it easier to read more blurred text. These findings support the view that older adults use a different reading strategy from younger adults and that they rely more than young adults on holistic cues to the identities of words, such as word shape.

‘Why Older People Struggle to Read Fine Print: It’s Not What You Think’

[x]#10518 fan zondag 25 november 2012 @ 12:48:42