Congratulations to Daisy Lei, Natalie Stepien-Bernabe, Val Morash and Manfred MacKeben on the publication of their recent article in the PLOS One Journal on reading regressions. It is well known that people who read print or braille sometimes make eye or finger movements against the reading direction. The way these regressions are elicited has been studied in detail by manipulating linguistic aspects of the reading material. Actually, it has been shown that reducing the physical intensity or clarity of the visual input signal can also lead to increased regressions during reading. We asked whether the same might be true in the haptic realm while reading braille, and we found that it is. We invite you to read the article, which can be found at the link below.