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Subject:Readability Research From:"George F. Hayhoe" <gfhayhoe -at- SCESCAPE -dot- NET> Date:Fri, 24 Jan 1997 09:24:40 -0500
Charles Kyle wrote:
<<The magazine Technical Communication Fourth Quarter 1996 had an article
entitled Human Information Processing Correlates of Reading Hypertext. It
had a pretty good bibliography. The article presented some very technical
research findings saying that reading performance was about the same with
online as printed.>>
The article Charles cites was not published in _Technical Communication_,
either in the 4Q96 issue or any other previous issue as best I can
determine. Perhaps he meant _Technical Communication Quarterly_?