The model assessment produced two generalizable factors, Myside Reasons and Otherside Viewpoint, but the elemental assessment did not produce interpretable factors. Both the model and elemental assessments captured small, non-significant proportions of variance in tests of reasoning abilities.Finally, among the studies conducted at the postsecondary level, college students in remedial/developmental writing ... five subtests, and analytic evaluations of two essays, one expressive and the other expository (Sabban aamp; Kay, 1987).
|Title||:||Assessing Reasoning Through Writing: Developing and Examining Approaches Based on Psychological and Linguistic Theories|
|Author||:||Suzanne Marie Swiderski|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|