Comprehension Processes in Reading

Comprehension Processes in Reading

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Comprehension Processes in Reading addresses the interrelationship among several areas relevant to understanding how people comprehend text. The contributors focus on the on-line processes associated with text understanding rather than simply with the product of that comprehension -- what people remember from reading. Presenting the latest theories and research findings from a distinguished group of contributors, Comprehension Processes in Reading is divided into four major sections. Each section, concluding with a commentary chapter, discusses a different aspect of reader understanding or dysfunction such as individual word comprehension, sentence parsing, text comprehension, and comprehension failures and dyslexia .Whereas a few studies examined the time course of activation in backward, anaphoric inferences (e.g., Dell, McKoon, ... Because the temporal interval was not filled but consisted of a blank screen, when the interval was long, subjects had a ... Hopefully, our discussion of the problems in previous studies on this topic, together with our analysis of tasks, point the way to better approaches to this question.

Title:Comprehension Processes in Reading
Author: David A. Balota, G.B. Flores d'Arcais, Keith Rayner
Publisher:Routledge - 2012-11-12

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