PhD Students – Julian Jarosch, MA

My interdisciplinary research investigates effects of typographic variables (e.g. justification) on readability and language processing, using eye tracking and EEG techniques. In collaboration with the Institute of Book and Media Studies, an evidence-based perspective on current typographic practice is developed, taking into account the increasing importance of digital reading.

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Bibliography

Jarosch, J., Schlesewsky, M., Füssel, S., & Kretzschmar, F. (2017a, August). Typography and individual experience in digital reading: Do readers’ eye movements adapt to poor justification? Poster presented at the 19th European Conference on Eye Movements, ECEM 2017, Wuppertal.

Jarosch, J., Schlesewsky, M., Füssel, S., & Kretzschmar, F. (2017b, August). Taking typography to experimental testing: On the influence of serifs, fonts and justification on eye movements in text reading. Poster presented at the 19th European Conference on Eye Movements, ECEM 2017, Wuppertal.

Jarosch, J., Schlesewsky, M., Füssel, S., & Kretzschmar, F. (2019, August). Font matters: efficient adaptation to monospaced vs. proportional fonts is accompanied by effect-size differences for word frequency and predictability. Poster presented at the 20th European Conference on Eye Movements, ECEM 2019, Alicante.