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Reading Strategies of Good and Poor Readers in Word and Phrase Presentation
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Journal of Research in Reading Volume 12, Number 1,

Abstract

Reports two studies using a microcomputer-driven self-paced reading task to examine reading strategies of good and poor readers. Finds that reading ability influences reading strategies differently according to whether text is presented in single words or in phrases, and that poor readers read more slowly than good readers. (RS)

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Beveridge, M. & Edmundson, S. (1989). Reading Strategies of Good and Poor Readers in Word and Phrase Presentation. Journal of Research in Reading, 12(1), 1-12. Retrieved December 2, 2021 from .

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