A theoretical and experimental investigation of Russell Stauffer's approach to reading at the junior grade level.

Bayne. Logan
In this study, an investigation was made of Russell Stauffer's theory of reading development. Viewed from a psycholinguistic perspective, it was noted that his theory has a high degree of credibility within the context established by the psycholinguists. Essential to this psycholinguistic perspective rested the notion that evolving intellectual abilities and instructional procedures, by themselves and in interaction, exert considerable impact on the acquisition of higher order reading abilities. The review of the literature led...
This data repository is not currently reporting usage information. For information on how your repository can submit usage information, please see our documentation.