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This study was designed to investigate whether inferences about predictable events are drawn in a similar manner by deaf and hearing readers and whether the drawing of inferences varies as a function of reading level. One hundred twenty college students participated, 40 hearing and 80 deaf. The hearing students and 40 of the deaf students scored above 10.0 on the California Reading Test. The other 40 deaf students scored between 6.5 and 7. 5. Each subject read 40 passages representing fourdoi:10.1093/oxfordjournals.deafed.a014301 pmid:15579829 fatcat:jmrs6jjmibec3larwqr5bpgvtu