11) Good and poor comprehendersa#39; eye movement patterns contrasted again when they read 3 passages, controlled for difficulty, under different directions. ... This approach only succeeded when the text was pre-organized for the reader into phrases (Robinson, 1933 a a foreshadowing of Cromer, 1970). ... Poor fifth grade comprehenders made far fewer correct insertions than good comprehenders.
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