|Statement||John Downing, Che Kan Leong.|
|Contributions||Leong, Che Kan.|
|LC Classifications||BF456.R2 D68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 414 p. :|
|Number of Pages||414|
It provides a thorough overview of all the most important work to date on the psychology of reading. Well organized and easy to read, this is a wonderful text for courses in the psychology of reading or for teacher education reading development courses.5/5(5). In this book, two psychologists apply principles of cognitive psychology to understanding reading. Unlike most other books on the subject, this one presents a consistent theoretical point of view and applies it to the acquisition of reading and what the skilled reader does. The Psychology of Reading provides a fair and coherent overall picture of how reading is done and how it is best taught. It aims to relate reading to writing systems, analyze the process of reading from several viewpoints using research from diverse disciplines, and develop a model of reading to explain reading processes all the way from letter recognition to reading whole texts. Much of what is known about the psychology of reading and of learning to read is the result of careful studies of the eye movements during reading. The simplest methods of observation have included techniques as simple as using a hole in a newspaper or a mirror on the table, or even the watching of a person who reads.
Ultimately, book reading is a truly personal experience. In fact, mood plays a vital role as to what reaction a reader will have to a given book at any given time. If you’re not in a particular mood or even stage in your life you may not like a book that would otherwise become your personal favorite if read a few years before, or later. These books covered topics like: Depth psychology. Humanistic psychology. Developmental or ego psychology. Social psychology. Behavioral psychology. Cognitive psychology. Positive psychology. Ego psychology. Transpersonal psychology. Integral theory. Once again, here are the top 20 best psychology books to read this year: Thinking Fast & Slow by Daniel Kahneman. The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg. Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely. Influence: How & Why People Agree to Things by Robert Cialdini. Blink: The Power of Thinking Without. The psychology of reading for pleasure: Needs and gratifications* SPONTANEOUS pleasure reading (ludic reading) deserves attention for at least two reasons: It is an important goal of reading instruction, and it offers rewards that are powerful enough both to sustain reading for long periods and to support a large publishing industry. Because theCited by:
While your psychology classes already have required reading lists, there are a number of great psychology books that can supplement your studies. From guides to help you succeed in school to reviews of the history of psychology, the following books are some of the best choices for psychology students interested in boosting their grades and deepening their . Books shelved as psychology: Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman, Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in. Discover 10 fascinating psychology books that reveal the mysteries of the the human brain, the science behind all those feels, and the secret to a great memory. Our mind is our greatest weapon, but that isn’t to say that we always know how to use it effectively. Much to the contrary: in the vast majority of cases, so much of its potential. Reading fiction gives you social expertise, just as reading about science or history allows you to gain strengths in those areas. Literature can temporarily destabilize personality.