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Journal of Educational Psychology

June 2004 Volume 96, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Speech Recognition Technology and Students With Writing Difficulties: Improving Fluency

    Thomas Quinlan

    The present study investigated the effects of speech recognition technology (SR) and advance planning on children's writing processes. Fluent and less fluent writers, ages 11 to 14, composed 4... More

    pp. 337-346

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  2. Exploring the Boundary Conditions of the Delay Hypothesis With Adjunct Displays

    Stephan J. Bera & Daniel H. Robinson

    Previously, D. H. Robinson and G. Schraw (see record 1995-11458-001) found that advantages of graphic organizers (GOs) over outlines disappeared when testing was delayed. However, D. H. Robinson... More

    pp. 381-388

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  3. A Personalization Effect in Multimedia Learning: Students Learn Better When Words Are in Conversational Style Rather Than Formal Style

    Richard E. Mayer, Sherry Fennell, Lindsay Farmer & Julie Campbell

    Students received a personalized or nonpersonalized version of a narrated animation explaining how the human respiratory system works. The narration for the nonpersonalized version was in formal... More

    pp. 389-395

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