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The effects of reading speed and reading patterns on the understanding of text read from screen

The effects of reading speed and reading patterns on the understanding of text read from screen,10.1111/1467-9817.00115,Journal of Research in Reading

The effects of reading speed and reading patterns on the understanding of text read from screen   (Citations: 12)
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Journal: Journal of Research in Reading - J RES READ , vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 210-223, 2000
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    • ...Each question had 5 options and the types of questions were similar to Dyson and Haselgrove’s [12, 13], including Main Idea, Structure, Main Factual and Incidental...

    Chen-Hsiang Yuet al. Enhancing web page readability for non-native readers

    • ...When speed is a requirement of screen-reading, Dyson and Haselgrove (2000) found that there is a greater trade-off in speed-accuracy in understanding details than in “higher order” questions such as main idea comprehension...

    Guoxing Yu. Effects of Presentation Mode and Computer Familiarity on Summarization...

    • ...Studies have also shown that there is a general decline in the level of comprehension (especially in the recall of specific details) with faster reading as compared to reading at a normal speed [3, 7, 8]. Hence the reading speed, the time spent and the level of understanding on each page varies among individuals...
    • ...This test contains five multiple-choice questions, which asked users to recall some important aspects in the text (main factual type) [3]...

    Muan Hong Nget al. Using Effective Reading Speed to Integrate Adaptivity into Web-Based L...

    • ...This hypothesised effect of time-induced stress on making inferences is based on research findings that illustrate reduced performance on a range of cognitive tasks under conditions of stress (Brown & Markman, 1991; Dyson & Haselgrove, 2000; Masson, 1985; Tolhill & Holyoak, 2000)...
    • ...There has been one study conducted recently (Dyson & Haselgrove, 2000) which investigated the effect of reading speed on ‘higher order’ skills in text comprehension in adults...

    Dina Kiwanet al. The Effects of Time-Induced Stress on Making Inferences in Text Compre...

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