PSY 341K • Experimental Research in Psych of Reading
11:00 AM-12:00 PM
The aim of this seminar course would be to examine in depth the current major issues in the psychology of reading. Topics include the evidence for and against the phonological recoding hypothesis, the proposition that the skilled reader converts the letters of the printed word into phonological form en route to its meaning. Our effort would involve reading the latest papers on the subject, discussing and evaluating them as preparation for the development of a novel test of the hypothesis, which we would then conduct. Each student would be required to read a number of research papers each week, discuss and evaluate their results in the seminar.
Grades will be based entirely on the quantity and quality of class participation.
Course Packet of Readings.