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Association among reading summarization, word recognition, and sentence comprehension

Perceptual and Motor Skills, vol. 96, issue 3 (2003) pp. 1133-1138

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Abstract

Word recognition and sentence comprehension are initial and necessary processes to summarize a story. This study. was conducted to investigate the relations among word recognition, sentence comprehension, and reading summarization. Analysis showed performance for word naming, an index of on-line word recognition, was correlated with the Latent Semantic Analysis scores, an index of reading summarization. These results indicate that the basic process of word recognition is a corner stone to better reading.

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  • knowledge
  • latent semantic analysis

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  • C H Lee

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