13 edition of The construction of mental representations during reading found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Herre van Oostendorp, Susan R. Goldman.|
|Contributions||Oostendorp, Herre van., Goldman, Susan R.|
|LC Classifications||BF456.R2 C64 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 390 p. :|
|Number of Pages||390|
|ISBN 10||0805824286, 0805824294|
|LC Control Number||98013836|
This collection of papers on issues in the theory of mental representation expresses a diversity of recent reflections on the idea that C. D. Broad so aptly characterized in the title of his book Mind and the World Order. An important impetus in the project of organizing this work were the. Constructivism is a theory in education that recognizes the learners' understanding and knowledge based on their own experiences prior to entering school. It is associated with various philosophical positions, particularly in epistemology as well as ontology, politics, and ethics. The origin of the theory is also linked to Jean Piaget's theory of cognitive development.
representations an essence of the text that the reader has read. Therefore, mental models are representations of what a text is all about and not just of the text itself (Bower & Morrow, ; Langston et al., ). Using a mental model, a reader interprets and evaluates later statements in the text, applying incoming messages to update the. Mental representations are the way in which we create copies' of the real things around us, which we perceive. A description of a representation is a symbol, sign, image or a depiction that takes the place of a real object in the real world.. Representations were broadly categorised into three.
Canadian philosopher P. Tagard noted in his work “Introduction to Cognitive Science”, that “most cognitive scientists agree that knowledge in the human mind consists of mental representations ” and that “cognitive science asserts: that people have mental procedures that operate by means of mental representations for the implementation. Schema therapy was founded by Jeffrey Young and represents a development of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) specifically for treating personality disorders. Early maladaptive schemata are described by Young as broad and pervasive themes or patterns made up of memories, feelings, sensations, and thoughts regarding oneself and one's relationships with others.
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It considerably extends our knowledge of how mental representations are constructed and updated during reading. The book also provides insight into the process of representation construction by using online measures and relating this process with final memory representations; provides detailed models of these processes; pays attention to the Price: $ This volume presents in-depth investigations of the processes of meaning-making during reading at both local (discourse) and global (general knowledge) levels.
It considerably extends our knowledge of how mental representations are constructed and updated during reading.
The book also provides insight into the process of representation construction by using online measures and relating this. 9 rows Get this from a library. The construction of mental representations during reading. [Herre. The Construction of Mental Representations During Reading.
Herre van Oostendorp and Susan R. Goldman (eds). Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahway, NJ,No. of pages ISBN‐0‐‐‐4 (paper)Author: John D. Murray. Incrementality in discourse understanding / Simon Garrod and Anthony Sanford --Modeling causal integration and availability of information during comprehension of narrative texts / Mark Langston and Tom Trabasso --The landscape model of reading: inferences and the online construction of memory representation/ Paul van dem Broek, Michael Young.
The Construction of Mental Representations During Reading Psychiatry. Aug 20 This volume presents in-depth investigations of the processes of meaning-making during reading at both local (discourse) and global (general knowledge) levels.
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the representations of “the book is on. It is emphasized that unlike earlier models, which examine the connection of text structure with text memory but fail to account for how readers comprehend expository texts, the more recent. The Landscape model of reading: Inferences and the online construction of memory representation.
In H. van Oosterndorp & S. Goldman (Eds.),The construction of mental representations during reading (pp. 71–98). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Google Scholar. The construction-integration model of reading comprehension (van Dijk & Kintsch, ) distinguishes two levels of representation: The textbase, which is a propositional representation of the text, and the situation model, which is a more elaborate.
General instructional activities. To correspond with a typical reading lesson, comprehension strategy instruction can be organized into a three-part framework, with specific activities used before, during, and after reading.
Providing instruction such as the following example allows students to see, learn, and use a variety of comprehension strategies as they read.
M.F. Mascolo, K.W. Fischer, The Development of Representation as the Coordination of Component Systems of Action. Dorval, A Bakhtinian View of Egocentric Speech. J.P. Byrnes, The Nature and Development of Representation: Forging a Synthesis of Competing Approaches. Part II:Application of Representation in Practice.
A Deeper Look at Reading Comprehension: Construction of Mental Representations or “Situation Models” As described in the previous section, the situation model level construction of meaning goes beyond just a summative interpretation of the literal meanings extracted from the text.
Using a. Mental Models in Narrative Comprehension GORDON H. BOWER AND DANIEL G. MoRRow Readers of stories construct mental models of the situa- tion and characters described. They infer causal connec- tions relating characters' actions to their goals.
They also focus attention on characters' movements, thereby acti- vatng nearby parts of the mental model. The landscape model of reading: Inferences and the on-line construction of a memory representation.
In H. van Oostendorp & S. Goldman (Eds.),The construction of mental representations during Reading (pp. 71–98). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Google Scholar. The Psychology of Science Text Comprehension book. Edited By Jose Otero, Jos‚ A.
Le¢n, Arthur C. Graesser. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 4 April Pub. location New York. Imprint Routledge. Updating Mental Representations During Reading Scientific Text. Chapter 11 is a sketch of a theory of mental representation within a connectionist--rather than computational--theory of cognitive architecture.
Overall, the book is a fairly useful read for those who want to further clarify their understanding of the various Reviews: 4. Visual Imagery Good readers construct mental images as they read a text.
By using prior knowledge and background experiences, readers connect the author's writing with a personal picture. Through guided visualization, students learn how to create mental pictures as they read.According to the Structure Building Framework (Gernsbacher, b), comprehenders use two general cognitive processes to build mental representations (structures) of texts such as narratives.
These two processes are mapping and shifting.I just read a great New Yorker piece on Tony Romo’s talent as a color commentator. It’s well worth your time. The in-depth look at Romo’s ability to predict what’s next in a game reminds me of the great insight in the book Peak by Anders Ericsson about the importance of mental representations in athletic excellence.
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