His main research concerns Linguistics, Reading, Cognitive psychology, Reading comprehension and Phonology. Word recognition, Semantics, Written language, Learning to read and Phonological rule are subfields of Linguistics in which his conducts study. He studies Reading, focusing on Orthography in particular.
Charles A. Perfetti combines subjects such as Knowledge retrieval, Somatosensory system, Dyslexia, Cognition and Phonetics with his study of Cognitive psychology. His research in Reading comprehension intersects with topics in Developmental psychology, Reading skills, Vocabulary and Comprehension. His Phonology research incorporates elements of Lexical decision task, First language, Chinese characters, Spoken language and Priming.
Charles A. Perfetti focuses on Linguistics, Reading, Cognitive psychology, Word recognition and Reading comprehension. His Linguistics research focuses on subjects like Cognition, which are linked to Cognitive science. His study in Reading focuses on Orthography in particular.
His Cognitive psychology research includes themes of Communication, Phonetics, Primary education, N400 and Reading disability. His research integrates issues of Speech recognition and Word, Word lists by frequency in his study of Word recognition. His Reading comprehension research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Reading skills, Vocabulary and Discourse analysis.
Linguistics, Reading, Learning to read, Cognitive psychology and Writing system are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Linguistics study are interwoven with issues in Character and Word. Charles A. Perfetti is involved in the study of Reading that focuses on Orthography in particular.
In his research on the topic of Learning to read, Spoken language, Phonological deficit and Meaning is strongly related with Written language. The Cognitive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Neuroscience of multilingualism, Communication, Word lists by frequency, Comprehension and Word learning. His research investigates the link between Writing system and topics such as Developmental dyslexia that cross with problems in Reading disability and Surface dyslexia.
Charles A. Perfetti mostly deals with Linguistics, Reading, Natural language processing, Artificial intelligence and Cognitive psychology. His work in Learning to read, Semantics and Vocabulary are all subfields of Linguistics research. His Semantics study also includes fields such as
The study incorporates disciplines such as Chinese characters, Phonology and Writing system in addition to Reading. His Natural language processing research incorporates themes from Lexical functional grammar, Text comprehension and Learning disability. His work carried out in the field of Cognitive psychology brings together such families of science as Neuroscience of multilingualism, Reading comprehension and Communication.
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Reading Ability: Lexical Quality to Comprehension
Scientific Studies of Reading (2007)
Effects of Long-Term Vocabulary Instruction on Lexical Access and Reading Comprehension.
Isabel L. Beck;Charles A. Perfetti;Margaret G. McKeown.
Journal of Educational Psychology (1982)
Phonemic knowledge and learning to read are reciprocal: A longitudinal study of first grade children.
Charles A. Perfetti;Isabel Beck;Laura C. Bell;Carol Hughes.
Merrill-palmer Quarterly (1987)
The Acquisition of Reading Comprehension Skill
Charles A. Perfetti;Nicole Landi;Jane Oakhill.
How Psychological Science Informs the Teaching of Reading
Keith Rayner;Barbara R. Foorman;Charles A. Perfetti;David Pesetsky.
Psychological Science in the Public Interest (2001)
The Representation Problem in Reading Acquisition
Charles A. Perfetti.
The lexical quality hypothesis
Charles A. Perfetti;Lesley Hart.
Word Knowledge in a Theory of Reading Comprehension
Charles Perfetti;Joseph Stafura.
Scientific Studies of Reading (2014)
Relationship Between Single Word Decoding and Reading Comprehension Skill
Charles A. Perfetti;Thomas Hogaboam.
Journal of Educational Psychology (1975)
Cross-cultural effect on the brain revisited: Universal structures plus writing system variation
Donald J. Bolger;Charles A. Perfetti;Walter Schneider.
Human Brain Mapping (2005)
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