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de Smet, Milou J. R.; Leijten, Mariëlle; Van Waes, Luuk – Written Communication, 2018
This study aims to explore the process of reading during writing. More specifically, it investigates whether a combination of keystroke logging data and eye tracking data yields a better understanding of cognitive processes underlying fluent and nonfluent text production. First, a technical procedure describes how writing process data from the…
Descriptors: College Students, Reading Processes, Writing Processes, Eye Movements
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Leijten, Marielle; Van Waes, Luuk – Written Communication, 2013
Keystroke logging has become instrumental in identifying writing strategies and understanding cognitive processes. Recent technological advances have refined logging efficiency and analytical outputs. While keystroke logging allows for ecological data collection, it is often difficult to connect the fine grain of logging data to the underlying…
Descriptors: Writing Processes, Cognitive Processes, Writing Strategies, Data Collection
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Quinlan, Thomas; Loncke, Maaike; Leijten, Marielle; Van Waes, Luuk – Written Communication, 2012
Moment to moment, a writer faces a host of potential problems. How does the writer's mind coordinate this problem solving? In the original Hayes and Flower model, the authors posited a distinct process to manage this coordinating--that is, the "monitor." The monitor became responsible for executive function in writing. In two…
Descriptors: Sentences, Editing, Short Term Memory, Cognitive Processes
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Leijten, Marielle; Van Waes, Luuk; Ransdell, Sarah – Written Communication, 2010
Error analysis involves detecting, diagnosing, and correcting discrepancies between the text produced so far (TPSF) and the writers mental representation of what the text should be. The use of different writing modes, like keyboard-based word processing and speech recognition, causes different type of errors during text production. While many…
Descriptors: Writing (Composition), Word Processing, Printed Materials, Revision (Written Composition)