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Theoretical models and processes of reading

Author: Harry Singer; Robert B Ruddell
Publisher: Newark, Del. : International Reading Association, [1985] ©1985
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Third editionView all editions and formats
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Intended for teachers, students, and researchers of reading, this book reflects the theories, models, and research generated over the past 10 years on the psychology and pedagogy of reading. Essays in the first section of the book deal with the historical changes in reading research and theory, and the pioneers of reading research. Essays in the second section discuss the various processes of reading, and are  Read more...
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Theoretical models and processes of reading.
Newark, Del. : International Reading Association, ©1985
(OCoLC)621803679
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harry Singer; Robert B Ruddell
ISBN: 0872074374 9780872074378
OCLC Number: 12133657
Description: xii, 960 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword / Ralph C. Staiger --
Foreword / James F. Kavanagh --
Preface / Harry Singer and Robert B. Ruddell --
Pioneers of research in reading / Constance M. McCullough --
A century of landmarks in reading research / Harry Singer --
The nature of the reading process / John B. Carroll --
Language models and reading / Irene Athey --
Oral and written language acquisition and the reading process / Robert B. Ruddell and Martha Rapp Haggard --
Coming to understand things we could not previously understand / John D. Bransford and Kathleen E. Nitsch --
The effect of oral and written patterns of language structure on reading comprehension / Robert B. Ruddell --
A linguistic study of cues and miscues in reading / Kenneth S. Goodman --
Toward an interactive reading instructional model : explanation of activation of linguistic awareness and metalinguistic ability in learning to read / Hallie Kay Yopp and Harry Singer --
Trends in perceptual development : implications for the reading process / Eleanor J. Gibson --
A theory of reading : from eye fixations to comprehension / Marcel Adam Just and Patricia A. Carpenter --
The first two Rs / Ovid J.L. Tzeng and William S.-Y. Wang --
Learning to read / Eleanor J. Gibson --
Conceptualization in learning to read / Harry Singer --
Word recognition / S. Jay Samuels --
An interactive activation model of context effects in letter perception : part 1. An account of basic findings / James L. McClelland and David E. Rumelhart --
Comprehension of text structures / P. David Pearson and Kaybeth Camperell --
Vocabulary knowledge / Richard C. Anderson and Peter Freebody --
Role of the reader's schema in comprehension, learning, and memory / Richard C. Anderson --
Schema activation and schema acquisition : comments on Richard C. Anderson's remarks / John D. Bransford --
Story comprehension and fables / John T. Guthrie --
A schema-theoretic view of reading / Marily Jager Adams and Allan Collins --
Spontaneous instantiation of general term / Mariam Jean Dreher --
Scripts in memory for text / Gordon H. Bower, John B. Black, and Terrence J. Turner --
Problem-solving schema with question generation for comprehension of complex short stories / Harry Singer and Dan Donlan --
Good and poor readers' recall of familiar and unfamiliar text / Barbara M. Taylor --
Metacognition : the development of selective attention strategies for learning from texts / Ann L. Brown --
Reading research in the affective domain / Irene Athey --
Achieving school failure : an anthropological approach to illiteracy and social stratification / R.P. McDermott --
Social context of learning to read / Courtney B. Cazden --
Anglo and Chicano comprehension of ethnic stories / Nancy Rogers-Zegarra and Harry Singer --
The substrata-factor theory of reading / Harry Singer --
One second of reading / Philip B. Gough --
One second of reading : postscript / Philip B. Gough --
Toward a theory of automatic information processing in reading / David LaBerge and S. Jay Samuels --
Toward a theory of automatic processing in reading : updated / S. Jay Samuels --
Toward an interactive model of reading / David E. Rumelhart --
The interactive reading process : a model / Robert B. Ruddell and Robert Speaker --
Cognitive psychology and discourse : recalling and summarizing stories / Teun van Dijk and Walter Kintsch --
Unity in reading / Kenneth S. Goodman --
Toward a comprehensive model of affect in the reading process / Grover C. Mathewson --
Learning to learn from text : a framework for improving classroom practice / Robert J. Tierney and P. David Pearson --
Writing to teach and reading to learn : a perspective on the psychology of written instruction / Ernst Z. Rothkopf --
Developmental processes and reading processes : invalid inferences from the former to the latter / Irene Athey --
Hypotheses on reading comprehension in search of classroom validation / Harry Singer.
Responsibility: editors, Harry Singer, Robert B. Ruddell.
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Intended for teachers, students, and researchers of reading, this book reflects the theories, models, and research generated over the past 10 years on the psychology and pedagogy of reading. Essays in the first section of the book deal with the historical changes in reading research and theory, and the pioneers of reading research. Essays in the second section discuss the various processes of reading, and are organized under subheadings for language, visual perception, word recognition, comprehension, metacognition, affective domain, and culture. Specific topics discussed in this section include oral and written language acquisition and the reading process, comprehension of text structures, development of selective attention strategies for learning from text, and the social context of learning to read. Essays in the third section explore various models of reading, including developmental, information processing, interaction, inferential, transactional-psycholinguistic, and affective models. Essays in the fourth section deal with teaching and research issues. Each of the four sections begins with a short introduction to its topic of focus.

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