Handbook of discourse processes [electronic resource] / edited by Arthur C. Graesser, Morton Ann Gernsbacher, Susan R. Goldman.

Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum, 2003.
1 online resource (viii, 550 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm.


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Electronic reproduction. [London, Eng. : Taylor and Francis, 2012]. PDF file created from digital scan of print book.
  • 1. Introduction to the handbook of discourse processes / Arthur C. Graesser, Morton A. Gernsbacher, and Susan R. Goldman
  • 2. Genres, registers, and contexts of discourse / Allen D. Grimshaw
  • 3. Text comprehension / Rolf A. Zwaan and Murray Singer
  • 4. Processes of interactive spoken discourse : the role of the partner / Michael F. Schober and Susan E. Brennan
  • 5. Classroom discourse / Courtney B. Cazden and Sarah W. Beck
  • 6. Learning from traditional and alternative texts : new conceptualizations for the information age / Patricia A. Alexander and Tamara L. Jetton
  • 7. Theories and methods in mediated communication / Steve Whittaker
  • 8. Narrative discourse / David Bloome
  • 9. Literary discourse / David S. Miall
  • 10. Nonliteral speech acts in text and discourse / Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr.
  • 11. Discourse development / Michael Bamberg and Luke Moissinac
  • 12. Discourse in computational linguistics and artificial intelligence / Johanna D. Moore and Peter Wiemer-Hastings
  • 13. Quantitative cognitive models of text and discourse processing / Peter W. Foltz.
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