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The Relationship between Computer Technology and the Reading Process: Match or Misfit?
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Computers in the Schools Volume 4, Number 1,

Abstract

Describes four models of the psychological process of reading, and relates them to computer technology. The physiological process of reading printed text from a display screen is discussed, including spacing, the configuration of letters, vision problems, and lighting and glare. The quality of computer printouts is also discussed. (41 references) (LRW)

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Mason, G.E. (1987). The Relationship between Computer Technology and the Reading Process: Match or Misfit?. Computers in the Schools, 4(1), 15-23. Retrieved January 24, 2022 from .

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