Jason L. G. Braasch
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Comprehending and learning from Internet sources: Processing patterns of better and poorer learners
SR Goldman, JLG Braasch, J Wiley, AC Graesser, K Brodowinska
Reading research quarterly 47 (4), 356-381, 2012
3482012
Readers’ use of source information in text comprehension
JLG Braasch, JF Rouet, N Vibert, MA Britt
Memory & cognition 40 (3), 450-465, 2012
1772012
Promoting secondary school students’ evaluation of source features of multiple documents
JLG Braasch, I Bråten, HI Strømsø, Ø Anmarkrud, LE Ferguson
Contemporary Educational Psychology 38 (3), 180-195, 2013
1242013
The discrepancy-induced source comprehension (D-ISC) model: Basic assumptions and preliminary evidence
JLG Braasch, I Bråten
Educational Psychologist 52 (3), 167-181, 2017
1132017
Documents as entities: Extending the situation model theory of comprehension
MA Britt, JF Rouet, JLG Braasch
Reading-from words to multiple texts, 174-193, 2012
1132012
Teaching fourth and fifth graders to evaluate information sources during text comprehension
M Macedo-Rouet, JLG Braasch, MA Britt, JF Rouet
Cognition and Instruction 31 (2), 204-226, 2013
1102013
The influences of text and reader characteristics on learning from refutations in science texts.
JLG Braasch, SR Goldman, J Wiley
Journal of Educational Psychology 105 (3), 561, 2013
902013
Relationships between spontaneous note‐taking, self‐reported strategies and comprehension when reading multiple texts in different task conditions
ÅM Hagen, JLG Braasch, I Bråten
Journal of Research in Reading 37 (S1), S141-S157, 2014
822014
Literacy in the digital world: Comprehending and learning from multiple sources
SR Goldman, KA Lawless, KW Gomez, JLG Braasch, S Macleod, ...
Bringing reading research to life, 257-284, 2010
772010
The role of prior knowledge in learning from analogies in science texts
JLG Braasch, SR Goldman
Discourse Processes 47 (6), 447-479, 2010
652010
Evaluating search results: An empirical analysis of middle school students' use of source attributes to select useful sources
JLG Braasch, KA Lawless, SR Goldman, FH Manning, KW Gomez, ...
Journal of Educational Computing Research 41 (1), 63-82, 2009
632009
Processing inaccurate information: Theoretical and applied perspectives from cognitive science and the educational sciences
DN Rapp, JLG Braasch
MIT Press, 2014
582014
Reading multiple and non-traditional texts
I Bråten, JLG Braasch, L Salmerón
Handbook of reading research 5, 2020
522020
Incremental theories of intelligence predict multiple document comprehension
JLG Braasch, I Bråten, HI Strømsø, Ø Anmarkrud
Learning and Individual Differences 31, 11-20, 2014
492014
Handbook of multiple source use
JLG Braasch, I Bråten, MT McCrudden
Routledge, 2018
402018
Optimizing conditions for learning: Situating refutations in epistemic cognition
P Kendeou, JLG Braasch, I Bråten
The Journal of Experimental Education 84 (2), 245-263, 2016
392016
Key issues in research on students’ critical reading and learning in the 21st century information society
I Bråten, JLG Braasch
Improving reading and reading engagement in the 21st century, 77-98, 2017
382017
Content integration across multiple documents reduces memory for sources
JLG Braasch, RM McCabe, F Daniel
Reading and Writing 29 (8), 1571-1598, 2016
372016
Establishing trustworthiness when students read multiple documents containing conflicting scientific evidence
I Bråten, JLG Braasch, HI Strømsø, LE Ferguson
Reading Psychology 36 (4), 315-349, 2015
352015
Reader's memory for information sources in simple news stories: Effects of text and task features
G de Pereyra, MA Britt, JLG Braasch, JF Rouet
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 26 (2), 187-204, 2014
332014
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