Series: ELLIS HORWOOD SERIES IN COGNITIVE SCIENCE. Hardcover: 205 pages.
Series: ELLIS HORWOOD SERIES IN COGNITIVE SCIENCE. ISBN-13: 978-0470210352. Shipping Weight: 1 pounds. 1987 A. Garnham/Ellis Horwood Limited. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data Garnham, A. Mental models as representations of discourse and text. (Ellis Horwood series in cognitive science).
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This chapter presents a series of studies investigating effects of three .
This chapter presents a series of studies investigating effects of three variables on the crossover of text and model representation: (a) determinateness of the description, (b) schematicity of the described situation, and (c) individual differences in readers’ visuospatial abilities. Mental Model Multiple Representation Text Comprehension Crossover Effect Imagery Ability.
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Mental Models as Representation of Discourse and Text. Chichester: Ellis Horwood. Garnham, Alan, & Jane Oakhill, 1989. The everyday use of anaphoric expressions: Implications for the mental models theory of text comprehension. Garrod, Simon, & Anthony, Sanford, 1985.
Garnham, Alan (2001) Mental Models and the Interpretation of Anaphora . Book's purpose and content. Chichester: Ellis Horwood
Garnham, Alan (2001) Mental Models and the Interpretation of Anaphora, Psychology Press Lt. The origin of the term 'mental model' can be traced back to Kenneth Craik (1943). Craik pointed out that the mind constructs ''small-scale models'' of reality that it uses to translate external events into internal models and also reason about these representations. Garnham, . and Oakhill, J. 989.