Preface; G. Rijlaarsdam.
Real Time Studies in Writing Research: Progress and Prospects; C.M. Levy, T. Olive.
Writing with Concurrent Memory Loads; C.M. Levy, S. Ransdell.
The Triple Task Technique for Studying the Process of Writing; T. Olive, et al.
On the Cognitive Status of Pauses in Discourse Production; J. Schilperoord.
Studying Writers' Revising Patterns with S-Notation Analysis; P. Kollberg, K.S. Eklundh.
Progression Analysis (PA): Investigating Writing Strategies in the Workplace; D. Perrin.
On-Line Methodologies for Studying the Written Production of Isolated Words: A Brief Overview; P. Bonin, M. Fayol.
Potential Applications of Latent Semantic Analysis to Writing Analysis; P.W. Foltz, Th.K. Landauer.
This book brings together methods designed by psychologists, linguists, and practitioners who aim to study writing both within the laboratory and the workplace. Its primary focus is upon the computer-based techniques and methods available today that enable and foster new systematic investigations of writing theories and processes. It is of interest to writing professionals, teachers of writing, as well as those, like journalists, whose careers depend on managing multiple constraints and audiences for their work.
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