In this exploratory study, eye movements of students with and without a learning disability in reading were recorded as they solved a set of third grade science problems. The recorded eye-gaze information included location of eye-gaze fixation on a computer screen, duration of fixation, the path of eye movement, and duration between fixations. The results revealed statistically significant differences in latent response time, question-zone fixation time, total fixations and correct responses.
Oh, Kevin; Trent, Stanley C.; and Tai, Robert H., "Eye movements of students with learning disabilities in reading: A study of problem-solving strategies" (2013). School of Education Faculty Research. 49.