The influential first volume of the Handbook of Reading Research waspublished in 1984. This classic work, an essential resource for researchers, students, and professionals across the field of reading and literacy education, is now available once again in on-line and print-on-demand versions.
Contents: Preface. Part I: Methodological Issues. R.L. Venezky, The History of Reading Research. M.L. Kamil, Current Traditions of Reading Research. R. Calfee, D. Piontkowski, Design and Analysis of Experiments. L.F. Guthrie, W.S. Hall, Ethnographic Approaches to Reading Research. D.W. Massaro, Building and Testing Models of Reading Processes. P.H. Johnston, Assessment in Reading. Part II: Basic Processes: The State of the Art. S.J. Samuels, M.L. Kamil, Models of the Reading Process. P.B. Gough, Word Recognition. R.C. Anderson, P.D. Pearson, A Schema-Theoretic View of Basic Processes in Reading Comprehension. T.G. Sticht, J.H. James, Listening and Reading. B.J.F. Meyer, G.E. Rice, The Structure of Text. L.Baker, A.L. Brown, Metacognitive Skills and Reading. D. Bloom, J. Green, Directions in the Sociolinguistic Study of Reading. A. Wigfield, S.R. Asher, Social and Motivational Influences on Reading. A. Ortony, Understanding Figurative Language. R.J. Spiro, A. Myers, Individual Differences and Underlying Cognitive Processes. Part III: Instructional Practices: The State of the Art. J.M. Mason, Early Reading From a Developmental Perspective. R. Barr, Beginning Reading Instruction: From Debate to Reformation. D.D. Johnson, J.F. Baumann, Word Identification. R.J. Tierney, J.W. Cunningham, Research on Teaching Reading Comprehension. T.H. Anderson, B.B. Armbruster, Studying. G.R. Klare, Readability. B. Rosenshine, R. Stevens, Classroom Instruction in Reading. W. Otto, A. Wolf, R.G. Eldridge, Managing Instruction. R.L. Allington, Oral Reading.