Tuomo Häikiö
Ph.D.

University Lecturer, Psychology (Department of Psychology and Speech-Language Pathology)

tuilha@utu.fi
+358 29 450 3023
+358 50 303 1177

Assistentinkatu 7
Turku
Office: 220



Areas of expertise
Reading; reading development; eye movements

Biography
I graduated from the Department of Psychology at University of Turku in 2003. In my master's thesis I looked into the processing of emotional content in the parafoveal vision in reading. In my PhD studies I studied reading development using eye movement tracking as a tool. I completed my PhD in 2011. Since then, I've continued examining reading and writing of early readers using eye tracking. I've gained media coverage with my findings that hyphenation at syllable level slows down readers already very early in their education.

Research
I'm mostly interested in the development of reading and writing. I use eye movement registration as my main method.

Teaching
Most of my teaching has been linked to statistical methodology in psychology.

Publications

Acquisition of Finnish derivational morphology: school-age children and young adults (2018)
First Language
Vainio Seppo, Pajunen Anneli, Häikiö Tuomo
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Maternal Depressive Symptoms During the Pre‐ and Postnatal Periods and Infant Attention to Emotional Faces (2018)
Child Development
Eeva-Leena Kataja, Linnea Karlsson, Jukka M. Leppänen, Juho Pelto, Tuomo Häikiö, Saara Nolvi, Henri Pesonen, Christine E. Parsons, Jukka Hyönä, Hasse Karlsson
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Maternal Pre- and Postnatal Anxiety Symptoms and Infant Attention Disengagement from Emotional Faces (2018)
Journal of Affective Disorders
Eeva-Leena Kataja, Linnea Karlsson, Christine E. Parsons, Juho Pelto, Henri Pesonen, Tuomo Häikiö, Jukka Hyönä, Saara Nolvi, Riikka Korja, Hasse Karlsson
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Syllables and inflectional morphemes in early Finnish readers: evidence from eye-movements (2018)
Journal of Child Language
Tuomo Häikiö, Seppo Vainio
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

The effect of syllable-level hyphenation on reading comprehension: Evidence from eye movements (2018)
Journal of Educational Psychology
Häikiö Tuomo, Heikkilä Timo T., Kaakinen Johanna K.
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Reading monomorphemic and compound words in Chinese (2017)
Mental Lexicon
Cui L, Haikio T, Zhang WX, Zheng YW, Hyona J
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

The hyphen as a syllabification cue in reading bisyllabic and multisyllabic words among Finnish 1st and 2nd graders (2016)
Reading and Writing
Häikiö Tuomo, Bertram Raymond, Hyönä Jukka
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

The role of syllables in word recognition among beginning Finnish readers – Evidence from eye movements during reading (2015)
Journal of Cognitive Psychology
Häikiö Tuomo, Hyönä Jukka, Bertram Raymond
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Reading disappearing text: Why do children refixate words? (2011)
Vision Research
Blythe HI, Haikio T, Bertam R, Liversedge SP, Hyona J
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

The development of whole-word representations in compound word processing: Evidence from eye fixation patterns of elementary school children (2011)
Applied Psycholinguistics
Häikiö Tuomo, Bertram Raymond, Hyönä Jukka
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Development of parafoveal processing within and across words in reading: Evidence from the boundary paradigm (2010)
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
Haikio T, Bertram R, Hyona J
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Development of the letter identity span in reading: Evidence from the eye movement moving window paradigm (2009)
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Haikio T, Bertram R, Hyona J, Niemi P
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Is emotional content obtained from parafoveal words during reading? An eye movement analysis (2005)
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology
Hyona J, Haikio T
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Morphological family size in a morphologically rich language: The case of Finnish compared with Dutch and Hebrew (2004)
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Martin FMD, Bertram R, Haikio T, Schreuder R, Baayen RH
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)


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