Verbal efficiency in reading ability

by C A Perfetti
Reading research: Advances in theory and practice ()


(from the chapter) components of reading comprehension local text processing and text modeling semantic encoding propositional encoding integrative processes discourse types reader's text model individual differences in reading ability schema factors are insufficient verbal efficiency theory general asssumptions of the theory central features of verbal efficiency theory specific ability hypotheses within verbal efficiency theory evidence for the theory lexical access sentence verification working memory verbal arithmetic instructional implications of verbal efficiency ((c) 1997 APA/PsycINFO, all rights reserved).

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