The Science of Writing: Theories, Methods, Individual Differences and Applications

The Science of Writing: Theories, Methods, Individual Differences and Applications

by C. Michael Levy, Sarah Ransdell

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ISBN-13: 9781136686771
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 11/05/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 448
File size: 5 MB

Table of Contents

Contents: Preface. Part I: Theories of Writing and Frameworks for Writing Research. J.R. Hayes, A New Framework for Understanding Cognition and Affect in Writing. J.R. Hayes, J.G. Nash, On the Nature of Planning in Writing. R.T. Kellogg, A Model of Working Memory in Writing. J. Grabowski, Writing and Speaking: Common Grounds and Differences Toward a Regulation Theory of Written Language Production. S. Ransdell, C.M. Levy, Working Memory Constraints on Writing Quality and Fluency. G. Rijlaarsdam, H. van den Bergh, The Dynamics of Composing -- An Agenda for the Research into an Interactive Compensatory Model of Writing: Many Questions, Some Answers. M. Sharples, An Account of Writing as Creative Design. Part II: Analytic Tools and Techniques. C.M. Levy, S. Ransdell, Writing Signatures. K.S. Eklundh, P. Kollberg, A Computer Tool and Framework for Analyzing Online Revisions. M. Torrance, G.V. Thomas, E.J. Robinson, Finding Something to Write About: Strategic and Automatic Processes in Idea Generation. H. van den Bergh, G. Rijlaarsdam, The Dynamics of Composing: Modeling Writing Process Data. D. Janssen, L. van Waes, H. van den Bergh, Effects of Thinking Aloud on Writing Processes. T. Sanders, C. van Wijk, Text Analysis as a Research Tool: How Hierarchical Text Structure Contributes to the Understanding of Conceptual Processes in Writing. Part III: Individual Differences and Applications. I. Levin, D.L. Share, E. Shatil, A Qualitative-Quantitative Study of Preschool Writing: Its Development and Contribution to School Literacy. R. Madigan, P. Linton, S. Johnson, The Paradox of Writing Apprehension. T. van der Geest, Studying "Real-Life" Writing Processes: A Proposal and an Example. B.K. Britton, Rewriting: The Arts and Sciences of Improving Expository Instructional Text. S. Graham, K.R. Harris, Self-Regulation and Strategy Instruction for Students Who Find Writing and Learning Challenging. J.E. Reece, G. Cumming, Evaluating Speech-Based Composition Methods: Planning, Dictation, and the Listening Word Processor.

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