- xv, 350 pages : black and white illustrations ; 23 cm.
- Additional Authors
- Portanova, Patricia,Rifenburg, J. Michael,Roen, Duane H.,
- Contents: Foreword : are cognitive studies in writing really passe? / John R. Hayes -- Introduction / Patricia Portanova, J. Michael Rifenburg, and Duane Roen -- The psychology of writing situated within social action : an empirical and theoretical program / Charles Bazerman -- The evolving relationship between composition and cognitive studies: gaining some historical perspective on our contemporary moment / Ellen C. Carillo -- Attending to phenomenology : rethinking cognition and reflection in North American writing studies / Dylan B. Dryer and David R. Russell -- Neuroscience of reading : developing expertise in reading and writing / Alice S. Horning -- Language attachment theory : the possibilities of cross-language relationships / Bonnie Vidrine-Isbell -- Meaningful practice: adaptive learning, writing instruction, and writing research / Gwen Gorzelsky, Carol Hayes, Joseph Paszek, Edmund Jones, and Dana Lynn Driscoll -- Neural implications for narrative in multimodal persuasive messages / Dirk Remley -- Pedagogy and the hermeneutic dance : mirroring, plasticity, and the situated writing subject -- Jen talbot -- Neuroplasticity, genre, and identity : possibilities and complications / Irene Clark -- Teaching metacognition to reinforce agency and transfer in course-linked first-year courses -- Dianna winslow and phil shaw -- Metacognition and the reflective writing practitioner : an integrated knowledge approach / Kara Taczak and Liane Robertson -- Seeing is believing : re-presentation, cognition, and transfer in writing classes / Marcus Meade -- "Did you ever take that test yourself?" : failed knowledge transfer, peer-to-peer pedagogies, and the framework habits of mind as two-way street / Steven J. Corbett with Jeremy Kunkel -- Researching habits-of-mind self-efficacy in first-year college writers / Peter H. Khost -- Defining dispositions : mapping student attitudes and strategies in college composition / E. Shelley Reid -- Mapping the prior : a beginning typology and its impact on writing / Kathleen Blake Yancey -- Afterword. reflection : what can cognitive rhetoric offer us? / Linda Flower.Includes bibliographical references.