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The psychology of reading : an introduction / Robert G. Crowder.


New York : Oxford University Press, 1982.
ISBN 0195031393, 0195031385

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Subjects Lecture -- Psychologie.
Lesen.
Psychologie.
Psychology.
Reading, Psychology of.
Reading.
Description viii, 269 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1982.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 252-263) and index.
Summary Reading represents a natural laboratory for studying almost all cognitive processes- from sensation and perception to comprehension and reasoning. This introductory text examines the important principles of cognitive psychology that pertain to reading and the research supporting them.
Contents What this book is about -- Eye-movements and speed-reading -- Pattern recognition -- The perception of unrelated letters -- Word perception -- The word in context -- Comprehension -- Writing and spelling -- The role of speech in reading -- Learning how to read -- The problem of dyslexia.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)8052652
(OCoLC)ocm08052652
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WorldCat Identities Crowder, Robert G.
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