Computational Models of Reading is a reference book that can be used to learn about reading research and how computer models have been used to explain and simulate the mental processes involved in reading. These mental processes include the identification of printed words, the active construction of larger units of meaning (for example, of sentences), and the integration of the latter into memory so that a text can be understood and remembered. The finalchapter describes a new model of reading, in its entirety, and then reports simulations showing how it explains important findings related to reading.
Author: Erik D. Reichle
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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