List of John Benjamins publications for which Walter Kintsch plays a role.
Coherence or interest as basis for improving hypertext comprehension. Text features which enable cognitive strategies during text comprehension, Oostendorp, Herre van (ed.), pp. 45–552006.
Educational hypertext aims to improve the reader’s comprehension by providing flexible access to information. However, this flexibility imposes additional tasks upon a reader who is used to gaining information in a linear manner. One of these difficulties is in choosing the reading order of the… read more | Article
8. On the notions of theme and topic in psychological process models of text comprehension. Thematics: Interdisciplinary Studies, Louwerse, Max M. and Willie van Peer (eds.), pp. 157–1702002.
How readers construct situation models for stories. The role of suntactic cues and causal inferences. Coherence in Spontaneous Text, Gernsbacher, Morton Ann and T. Givón (eds.), pp. 139 ff.1995.
Review of Wanner (1974): On Remembering, Forgetting, and Understanding Sentences. Studies in Language 1:1, pp. 139–1411977.