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The effects of pre‐existing inappropriate highlighting on reading comprehension

The effects of pre‐existing inappropriate highlighting on reading comprehension,10.1080/19388079709558240,Reading Research and Instruction,Vicki L. Si

The effects of pre‐existing inappropriate highlighting on reading comprehension   (Citations: 8)
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Highlighting relevant passages from textbooks has often been considered an effective encoding process tool. However, if a student rents a previously used textbook that contains inappropriate highlighting throughout the text, the inappropriate highlighting may interfere with reading comprehension. The present research addresses this concern. The effects of pre‐existing inappropriate highlighting were investigated in two experiments. Experiment
Journal: Reading Research and Instruction - READ RES INSTRUCT , vol. 36, no. 3, pp. 217-223, 1997
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