Revising what readers know: updating text representations during narrative comprehension.

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Reading comprehension involves not just encoding information into memory, but also updating and revising what is already known or believed. For example, as narrative plots unfold, readers often must revise the expectations they have constructed from earlier portions of text to successfully comprehend later events. Evidence suggests that such revision is by… (More)

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@article{Rapp2007RevisingWR, title={Revising what readers know: updating text representations during narrative comprehension.}, author={David N. Rapp and Panayiota Kendeou}, journal={Memory & cognition}, year={2007}, volume={35 8}, pages={2019-32} }