Ralph Radach, Ph.D.



Associate Professor of Psychology and FCRR. Dr. Radach is an internationally recognized researcher with significant expertise on the processing of sublexical and lexical information in sentence reading and on the use of eye movement analyses to study information processing in reading and other complex tasks. Dr. Radach is a co-developer of Glenmore, one of the more successful computational models of the reading process. His research is focused on the time course of word processing, intra-individual variations of reading, and cross-linguistic analyses of visual and linguistic processing. He is funded by various agencies to study reading impairments in acquired dyslexia, the effects of alcohol and drugs on reading, and word processing in silent and oral reading.