Journal Article 文章産出における制御機能の役割
The role of executive function in writing

山川, 真由  ,  藤木, 大介

57 ( 3・4 )  , pp.55 - 62 , 2015-10-30 , 日本読書学会
ISSN:0387-284X
NCID:AN00172568
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This study investigates the influence of writers' executive function capacities on the processes of translating their ideas as part of creating written compositions. In contrast to previous studies, where participants composed used ballpoint pens in order to limit rewriting, the participants within the present study composed used mechanical pencils and erasers to encourage rewriting. Participants with high scores on a reading-span test produced fewer sentences through associative and automatic processes than those with lower scores. This finding indicates that writers with superior executive functions are more capable of translating their ideas into text and refrain from producing excessive sentences.
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