Rayne A. Sperling

Affiliations: 
Educational Psychology Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Area:
Educational Psychology Education, Curriculum and Instruction Education, Pedagogy Education, Higher Education
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Reeves PM, Sperling RA. (2015) A comparison of technologically mediated and face-to-face help-seeking sources. The British Journal of Educational Psychology. 85: 570-84
Ramsay CM, Sperling RA. (2015) Reading perspective: Can it improve middle school students comprehension of informational text Journal of Educational Research. 108: 81-94
Sperling RA, Sherwood TP, Hood AM. (2013) Relating Motivation to Read and Emergent Reading Skills: A Measurement Validation Study Reading Psychology. 34: 461-485
Sperling RA, Richmond AS, Ramsay CM, et al. (2012) The measurement and predictive ability of metacognition in middle school learners Journal of Educational Research. 105: 1-7
Dornisch M, Sperling RA, Zeruth JA. (2011) The effects of levels of elaboration on learners' strategic processing of text Instructional Science. 39: 1-26
Kulikowich JM, Sperling RA. (2011) Prescriptive Statements: Philosophical, Theoretical, and Methodological Considerations Educational Psychology Review. 23: 189-195
Ramsay CM, Sperling RA. (2010) Designating reader perspective to increase comprehension and interest Contemporary Educational Psychology. 35: 215-227
Ramsay CM, Sperling RA, Dornisch MM. (2010) A comparison of the effects of students' expository text comprehension strategies Instructional Science. 38: 551-570
Morgan PL, Farkas G, Tufis PA, et al. (2008) Are reading and behavior problems risk factors for each other? Journal of Learning Disabilities. 41: 417-36
Dornisch MM, Sperling RA. (2006) Facilitating learning from technology-enhanced text: Effects of prompted elaborative interrogation Journal of Educational Research. 99: 156-165
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