2019 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2010 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
Susan R. Goldman mainly focuses on Linguistics, Reading, Mathematics education, Reading comprehension and Comprehension. Her study in Linguistics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Epistemology, Meaning and Cognitive science. In general Reading, her work in Learning to read is often linked to Need to know linking many areas of study.
Her work deals with themes such as Reliability and Learning disability, which intersect with Mathematics education. Her study looks at the relationship between Reading comprehension and fields such as Cognitive psychology, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. The Comprehension study combines topics in areas such as Pronunciation, Social psychology, Orthography, Turkish and Task.
Susan R. Goldman spends much of her time researching Reading, Linguistics, Mathematics education, Pedagogy and Reading comprehension. In her research, Text comprehension is intimately related to Natural language processing, which falls under the overarching field of Reading. The study incorporates disciplines such as Knowledge level and Primary education in addition to Linguistics.
Her Mathematics education research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Learning disability and Argumentation theory. Her Reading comprehension research incorporates elements of Cognitive psychology, Protocol analysis and Discourse analysis. Her research investigates the connection with Cognitive psychology and areas like Task which intersect with concerns in The Internet.
Her primary areas of study are Reading, Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Linguistics and Reading comprehension. Susan R. Goldman focuses mostly in the field of Reading, narrowing it down to topics relating to Meaning and, in certain cases, Protocol analysis, Relation and Task analysis. Susan R. Goldman focuses mostly in the field of Pedagogy, narrowing it down to matters related to Discipline and, in some cases, Conceptual framework, Logical reasoning and Learning to read.
Her research in Mathematics education tackles topics such as Class which are related to areas like Close reading. Her research in Interpretation, Comprehension and Narrative are components of Linguistics. In her study, Verbal reasoning, Epistemic cognition and Cognitive psychology is strongly linked to Cognitive science, which falls under the umbrella field of Reading comprehension.
Her primary areas of investigation include Pedagogy, Learning sciences, Mathematics education, Reading and Teaching method. Her work on Pedagogy is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as English language. The concepts of her Learning sciences study are interwoven with issues in Curriculum & Instruction and Cooperative learning.
Her Mathematics education study combines topics in areas such as Class, Meaning, Argumentation theory and Close reading. Within one scientific family, she focuses on topics pertaining to Literacy under Reading, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Conceptual framework. Her Teaching method study typically links adjacent topics like Rhetoric.
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Structural Aspects of Constructing Meaning From Text
Susan R. Goldman;John A. Rakestraw.
Students making sense of informational text: Relations between processing and representation
Nathalie Coté;Susan R. Goldman;Elizabeth U. Saul.
Discourse Processes (1998)
Source Evaluation, Comprehension, and Learning in Internet Science Inquiry Tasks:
Jennifer Wiley;Susan R. Goldman;Arthur C. Graesser;Christopher A. Sanchez.
American Educational Research Journal (2009)
Comprehending and Learning From Internet Sources: Processing Patterns of Better and Poorer Learners
Susan R. Goldman;Jason L.G. Braasch;Jennifer Wiley;Arthur C. Graesser.
Reading Research Quarterly (2012)
Reading Skill and the Identification of Words in Discourse Context.
Charles A. Perfetti;Susan R. Goldman;Thomas W. Hogaboam.
Memory & Cognition (1979)
Discourse Memory and Reading Comprehension Skill.
Charles A. Perfetti;Susan R. Goldman.
Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior (1976)
Disciplinary Literacies and Learning to Read for Understanding: A Conceptual Framework for Disciplinary Literacy.
Susan R. Goldman;M. Anne Britt;Willard Brown;Gayle Cribb.
Educational Psychologist (2016)
Relations between Adolescents' Text Processing and Reasoning.
Michael B. W. Wolfe;Susan R. Goldman.
Cognition and Instruction (2005)
The Construction of Mental Representations During Reading
Herre van Oostendorp;Susan R. Goldman.
Learning from text: Reflections on the past and suggestions for the future
Susan R. Goldman.
Discourse Processes (1997)
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