Effects of "Seductive Details" on Macroprocessing
and Microprocessing in Adults and Children.
Matsunawa, "Observation of molten metal behavior during laser irradiation--basic experiment to understand laser welding phenomena," in Proceedings of the First International Symposium on High-Power Laser Macroprocessing
Greene (2001) argued that a cloze test whose items have been carefully selected to tap into test takers' inference making ability can "measure a reader's macroprocessing
of theoretical text" (p.
Ikeda, "Direct diode laser cladding of Co based alloy to dual phase stainless steel for repairing the machinery parts," in 1st International Symposium on High-Power laser Macroprocessing
Jitendra et al., 2000; Stevens et al., 1991; Spiak, 1999), mostly conducted with native speakers of English, have incorporated microprocessing skills in the investigations, but they have tended to place emphasis on macroprocessing
in which a sufficient level of language competence is a basic prerequisite, rather than microprocessing (Dhieb-Henia, 2003).
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Kennish, in Proceedings of the First International Symposium on High-Power Laser Macroprocessing
Facilitation of activities includes programming, or selecting appropriate activities, and macroprocessing
, which includes six facilitation styles.
Lorch and Lorch (1984) indicate that reading consists of two complementary levels of mental processing: microprocessing (focusing on the meaning of individual thought units) and macroprocessing
involving hierarchical relationships among the thought units).
All of the texts use hierarchical headings to help readers build a sense of macrostructure, and all strive for coherence at the macroprocessing
level, although coherence is stronger for the books on word processing than in the spreadsheet texts.