Walter Kintsch, Ph.D.

Psychology and Neuroscience University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
"Walter Kintsch"
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Michael E. J. Masson grad student CU Boulder (Neurotree)
Danielle S. McNamara grad student
Charles A. Weaver III grad student CU Boulder (Neurotree)
Peter W. Foltz grad student 1988-1993 CU Boulder
Evelyn C. Ferstl grad student 1988-1994 CU Boulder (Neurotree)
David J. Steinhart grad student 2001 CU Boulder (Neurotree)
Maureen Elizabeth Schreiner grad student 2002 CU Boulder (Neurotree)
Kirsten R. Butcher grad student 1997-2003 CU Boulder
Katherine Rawson grad student 2004 CU Boulder
Elizabeth J. Mulligan grad student 2006 CU Boulder (Neurotree)
Simon Dennis post-doc CU Boulder
Michael N. Jones post-doc CU Boulder
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Kintsch W. (2014) Similarity as a function of semantic distance and amount of knowledge. Psychological Review. 121: 559-61
Kintsch W, Mangalath P. (2011) The construction of meaning. Topics in Cognitive Science. 3: 346-70
Salmerón L, Kintsch W, Kintsch E. (2010) Self-regulation and link selection strategies in hypertext Discourse Processes. 47: 175-211
Kintsch W, Rawson KA. (2008) Comprehension The Science of Reading: a Handbook. 211-226
Salmerón L, Kintsch W, Cañas JJ. (2006) Reading strategies and prior knowledge in learning from hypertext. Memory & Cognition. 34: 1157-71
Salmerón L, Kintsch W, Cañas JJ. (2006) Coherence or interest as basis for improving hypertext comprehension Information Design Journal. 14: 45-55
Dennis S, Kintsch W. (2006) Evaluating theories Critical Thinking in Psychology. 143-159
Jones MN, Kintsch W, Mewhort DJK. (2006) High-dimensional semantic space accounts of priming Journal of Memory and Language. 55: 534-552
Salmerón L, Cañas JJ, Kintsch W, et al. (2005) Reading strategies and hypertext comprehension Discourse Processes. 40: 171-191
Kintsch W. (2005) An overview of top-down and bottom-up effects in comprehension: The CI perspective Discourse Processes. 39: 125-128
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