Knowing What to Write

Conceptual Processes in Text Production

Edited by Mark Torrance and David Galbraith

Knowing What to Write
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Edited by Mark Torrance and David Galbraith

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

190 pages | 6-1/4 x 9-1/2 | © 1999
Paper $45.00 ISBN: 9789053563076 Published June 1999 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
Knowing What to Write brings together new and recent research and theory exploring the cognitive processes involved in retrieving, ordering and creating knowledge during text production. Contributions from cognitive psychology, text linguistics, psycholinguistics, and computer science combine to provide a sophisticated and wide-ranging picture of the ways in which writers develop and structure their ideas. This book is recommended both to writing researchers and to any readers interested in the cognitive processes that lie behind complex language behavior.
Galbraith and Torrance, Conceptual Processes in Writing: from Problem Solving to Text Production
Schilperoord and Sanders, How Hierarchial Text Structure Affects Retrieval Processes
Van Wijk, Conceptual Processes in Argumentation: A Developmental Perspective
Dale, Content Determination in Natural Language Generation
Van der Hoeven, Differences in Writing Performance:  Generating as Indicator
Dansac and Alamargot, Accessing Referntial Information During Text Composition:  When and Why?
Van den Bergh and Rijlaarsdam, The Dynamics of Idea Generation During Writing: An On-line Study
Piolat, Planning and Text Quality among Undergraduate Students: Findings and Questions
Galbraith, Writing as a Knowledge-Constituting Process
Pittard, Knowledge, Ideas and the Social Situation of Writing
Schumacher and Ma, Representations in Writing: A Modularity Perspective
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