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85-713 Human Information Processing and Artifical Intelligence

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Notes:Graduate Students Only. Please email John Anderson for permission t. enroll in the course. Dr. Anderson's email is .
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Reading is a composite of very complex cognitive skills. It is also an area in which there has been rapid progress in understanding the process, its acquisition, and the sources of difficulty and disability. This course examines research and theories on sentence and text comprehension, word recogni-tion, individual differences in reading ability, dyslexia, writing systems, eye fixations, perception, instructional methods, and speed reading.

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