評価のフィードバックによって喚起された不安が文章の読みに及ぼす効果--状態不安と読みの補償的方略の関係 [in Japanese] The effects of anxiety evoked by feedback of evaluation on reading : The relation between state anxiety and compensatory reading strategies [in Japanese]
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The effects of anxiety on various strategies which can reduce overload in working memory while reading were examined. High-and low- span subjects read texts under conditions of anxiety or no anxiety. Reading performance was measured by eye movements using eye mark recorder. Anxiety which was evoked by negative feedback for the previous reading performance extended reading time and increased the frequency of reading regression, although these results were not significant. The use of these reading strategies was observed on low span readers. It is suggested that anxious readers, especially low span readers, would use these compensatory reading strategies in order to reduce the load in working memory and maintain text comprehension.
- Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University Part. 3 Education and human science
Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University Part. 3 Education and human science (53), 225-230, 2004