ERIC Number: ED174939
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977
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An Idiosyncratic Model of Affective and Cognitive Silent Reading Strategies.
Langer, Judith A.
A dynamic model of reading that represents the processes of gaining idiosyncratic integrated meaning from the silent reading of continuous textual discourse has been developed. It includes the roles of the affective interactions as well as the cognitive connections and integrations energized during the silent reading of a continuous text. The model has been designed to depict the reading processes that form a continuous cycle of scanning the graphic display, making associations and anticipated relationships, deriving corroborated meaning, and taking in additional graphic input based on the reader's phenomenal field as it interacts with the graphic display in the build-up of idiosyncratic meaning. (Author)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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