Divided attention and process underlying sense of agency
PROOFREADING STRATEGIES 2
For Top-down processing or cognitive overload basic information, you can use this for a citation and reference:
Goldstein, E. B. (2015). Cognitive psychology: Connecting mind, research, and everyday experience. Stamford, Connecticut: Cengage Learning.
Some other articles you might want to find and use:
1. Reynolds, et al (2008). Contextual effects on reading aloud: Evidence for pathway control.
2. Wen, et al (2016). Divided attention and process underlying sense of agency.
3. Squires, 2018. Decoding: It’s not all about the letters.
4. Mishra, et al 2013. Visual information can hinder working memory processing of speech.
· This one probably has some good articles inn their references you can look for, too!
5. Raney, 1993. Monitoring changes in cognitive load during reading: An event-related brain potential and reaction time analysis
6. Sohoglu, et al (2014). Top-down influences of written text on perceived clarity of degraded speech.
7. Monk, et al (1983). Errors in proofreading: Evidence for the use of word shape in word recognition.
8. Gibson, (2008). Reading aloud: A useful learning tool?
9. Conrad, (1964). Acoustic Confusions in Immediate Memory