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Visual Imagery and Self-Questioning: Strategies to Improve Comprehension of Written Materials

Clark, F.L., Deshler, D.D., Schumaker, J.B., Alley, G.R., & Warner, M.M. (1984). Visual imagery and self-questioning: Strategies to improve comprehension of written material.Journal of Learning Disabilities, 17(3), 145-149.

Topic: Learning Strategies
Subcategory: Research
Summary: Two learning strategies, Visual Imagery and Self-Questioning, designed to increase reading comprehension were taught to six learning disabled students using a multiple baseline across strategies design on several outcome measures.

 

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