This book, intended for researchers in the psychology of reading and language, college students in psychology and education, teachers of reading, and educators in general, is designed to be used in a course on the psychology of reading or the psychology of language comprehension.
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This book is intended to be used in a course on the psychology of reading or the psychology of language comprehension, or in a graduate seminar on either of these topics.
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Psychology of Reading and Language Comprehension by Marcel Adam Just (Author)
Author: Marcel Adam Just
Meaning of Comprehension: Thorndikc (1971) describes reading comprehension simply as thinking. To comprehenced a pupil needs to understand language patterns, to recognise the structural elements composing a sentence and to perceive the syntactic inter relationship of these elements. In other words, the pupil must understand syntax.
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Speedreading The psychology of reading and language comprehension (1987) Marcel Adam Just , Carnegie Mellon University
Linguistics portal. Psycholinguistics or psychology of language is the study of the psychological and neurobiological factors that enable humans to acquire, use, comprehend and produce language. The discipline is mainly concerned with the mechanisms in which languages are processed and represented in …
LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION. Language comprehension is an important aspect of day to day functioning in adulthood. Comprehension of written and spoken language relies on the ability to correctly process word and phrase meanings, sentence grammar, and discourse or text structure. Difficulties in any of these domains can produce comprehension problems.
The teaching of reading comprehension under the psychology schema theory requires teachers to help students construct the new schemata based on students’ existent schemata by assisting students to find out the main idea of the text, the links between the chapters and the law the chapters follow.
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