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Discourse Processes: A Multidisciplinary Journal

2015 Volume 52, Number 5

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Reading an Analogy Can Cause the Illusion of Comprehension

    Allison J. Jaeger & Jennifer Wiley

    This study explored students' ability to evaluate their learning from a multimedia inquiry unit about the causes of global climate change. Participants were 90 sixth grade students from four... More

    pp. 376-405

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  2. Reading a Blog When Empowered to Comment: Posting, Lurking, and Non-Interactive Reading

    Kamala Sankaram & Michael F. Schober

    How do readers who are able to post responses on a political blog ("interactive readers") differ in their navigation and comprehension from "noninteractive" readers who are not ... More

    pp. 406-433

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