INFO Degand/Bestgen/Spooren/van Waes (eds): 3-89323-443-8 /// VERGRIFFEN /// — MAD 2001
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Introduction (i-iv) // Rolf A. Zwaan: Language Comprehension as Guided Experience (1-9) // Max Louwerse: Causal and Diagnostic Readings in and out of Context: Cognitive Evidence from an Eye Tracking Study (11-20) // Mariëlle Leijten, Luuk Van Waes: The Impact of Text Structure and Linguistic Markers on the Text Comprehension of Elderly People (21-29) // Jon Oberlander, Judith Good: Uncovering Discourse Structure in Program Summeries (31-40) // Ib Ulbaek: Pipelines and Pipelining - a Theoretical Discussion of a Concept to Explain Coherence between Paragraphs (41-49) // Mark Torrance, Nadjet Bouayad-Agha: Rhetorical Structure Analysis as a Method for Understanding Writing Processes (51-59) // Wilbert Spooren, Birgit Bekker, Leo Noordman: Reversed order and Perspectivization in Different Text Types (61-72) // Heidrun Dorgeloh: Story, History, or other? The Narrative Text Type and the Evolution of English Genres (73-85) // Gilberte Lenaerts: In Pursuit of What Makes Political Press Releases 'Good'? (87-98) // Joyce Karreman, Peter Dixon, Michaël Steehouder: What Do You Need to Know about your Telephone? The Influence of Functional Information on Operating Devices (99-110) // Francis Cornish: Anaphora, Text, and the Construction of Discourse: A Practical Application (111-122) // Henk Pander Maat: The Efficiency of Reference Point-Related Concepts (123-132) // Nadjet Bouayed-Agha, Donja Scott, Richard Power: The Influence of Layout on the Interpretation of Referring Expressions (133-141) // Chris Braecke: The Expression of Causal Relations as a Problem of Signalling Hierarchy between Clauses in Complex Summary Assignments (143-151) // Patricia Wright: If Documents Could Talk: Exploring Aural and Visual Language in Electronic Documents (153-161) // John Bateman, Judy Delin: From Genre to Text Critique in Multimodal Documents (163-173) // Ted Sanders: From the Structure and Coherence of Informative Texts to Cognitive Criteria for Text Quality? Two Case Studies (175-181) // Luuk Lagerwerf: Assessing Business Proposals. Implications for Style and Structure of Larger Documents (183-194) // Liesbeth Degand, Yves Bestgen: What Do Subjective Judgements Tell us about Text Improvement? A Case Study (195-204)
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