Leidse hoogleraren vanaf 1575

Paulus Willem van den Broek (Paul)

Geboren
1955 te Leiden, Nederland
Geslacht
Man

Promotie (1985)

Type examen
Promotie
Datum
1985
Plaats
Chicago
Proefschrift
Judging the importance of events in stories : the influence of structural variation and grade level

Gewoon hoogleraar (2008)

Benoeming
Gewoon hoogleraar
Faculteit
Sociale Wetenschappen
Vakgebied
Pedagogiek
Leeropdracht
De cognitieve en neurobiologische achtergronden van leren en doceren
Datum benoeming
2008-08-01
Datum oratie
2009-11-02
Titel oratie
Cognitieve en neurologische processen tijdens begrijpend lezen: Fundamenteel onderzoek en onderwijskundige toepassing

Publicaties

Wetenschappelijk
Overig
  • Van den Broek P.W. (10 april 2015), Keynote speaker at the Reading Network Symposium (Lezing). Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • Janda B., McMaster K., Jung P-G., Shin J., Van den Broek P.W. & Espin C.A. (2015), How readers process narrative and informational texts: Insights from think-alouds. Society for Text and Discourse, Minneapolis, USA (Lezing).
  • Mouw J.M., Saab N., Leijenhorst L. van & Broek P.W. van den (2014), Identifying valence and arousal of protagonists' and readers' own emotional states. ST&D Annual Meeting, Chicago, USA (Lezing). Chicago, United States.
  • Verhoeven L. & Van den Broek P.W. (Red.) (2014), Studies in written language and literacy: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Broek P.W. van den (2 november 2009), Cognitieve en neurologische processen tijdens begrijpend lezen: Fundamenteel onderzoek en onderwijskundige toepassing. (Oratie). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.
  • Seipel B. & Broek P.W. van den (16 april 2009), Where readers look when reading new words: Using eye-tracking to monitor word learning. (Lezing). San Diego, CA.
  • Seipel B., Clinton V.E., Broek P.W. van den & Olman C. (14 april 2009), Examination of global text coherence utilizing functional MRI (Lezing). San Diego, CA.
  • Broek P.W. van den (11 april 2009), Reading comprehension, second language, and assessment. (Lezing). Madrid, Spain.
  • Broek P.W. van den (2009), Inferential processes in discourse comprehension.. Madrid, Spain. [overig]
  • Broek P.W. van den (15 januari 2009), Some observations on cognitive and neurological processes during reading comprehension. (Lezing). Utrecht, The Netherlands.
  • Verhoeven L. & Broek P.W. van den (2009), Redactielid Book series: Studies in Written Language and Literacy.
  • Goldman R.S., Graesser A.C. & Broek P.W. van den (Red.) (2009), Narrative comprehension, causality and coherence: Essays in honor of Tom Trabasso. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • White M.J. & Broek P.W. van den (2008), Causality in embodied text comprehension.. Chicago, IL. [overig]
  • Seipel B. & Broek P.W. van den (2008), Monitoring reading of explicitly learned words in context using eye-tracking.. Chicago, IL. [overig]
  • Elfenbein A., Broek P.W. van den, Carlson S., Lewis M. & Kendeou P. (14 juli 2008), Eye-tracking and text-structure (Lezing). Memphis, TN.
  • Clinton V., Seipel B., Broek P.W. van den, McMaster K., Rapp D. & White M.J. (14 juli 2008), Gender differences in elaborative inference generation in fourth grade students (Lezing). Memphis, TN.
  • Broek P.W. van den (13 juni 2008), The mind in action: Cognitive processes in comprehending texts (Lezing). Wassenaar, the Netherlands.
  • Clinton V., Seipel B., Broek P.W. van den, McMaster K.L., Rapp D.N. & White M.J. (2008), Gender differences in elaborative inferences.. Washington, D.C.. [overig]
  • Fehr C., Broek P.W. van den, McMaster K. & Rapp D.N. (2008), Generation of mental state inferences by fourth grade readers during a think aloud procedure.. Washington, D.C.. [overig]
  • McMaster K., Broek P.W. van den, Rapp D., White M.J., Carlson S., Kendeou P., Espin C.A. & Deno S.L. (2008), Using cognitive science to inform reading comprehension interventions for struggling, average, and good readers.. Washington, D.C.. [overig]
  • Broek P.W. van den (23 april 2008), Developmental and individual differences in reading comprehension: On- and off-line aspects (Lezing). Philadelphia, PA.
  • White M.J., Broek P.W. van den, McMaster K., Rapp D.N., Kendeou P., Bohn K. & Carlson S. (25 maart 2008), Using cognitive science to inform reading comprehension interventions for struggling, average, and good readers. (Lezing). New York, NY.
  • Broek P.W. van den (16 januari 2008), Issues in neurological study of inference generation during reading (Lezing). Utrecht, the Netherlands.
  • Goldman S.R., Graesser A.C. & Broek P.W. van den (Red.) (1999), Narrative comprehension, causality and coherence: Essays in honor of Tom Trabasso. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Taylor B., Graves M. & Broek P.W. van den (Red.) (1999), Reading for meaning. New York, NY: Teacher's College Press.
  • Broek P.W. van den, Bauer P. & Bourg T. (Red.) (1997), Developmental spans in event comprehension and representation: Bridging fictional and actual events. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Graves M., Broek P.W. van den & Taylor B. (Red.) (1996), The first R: Children's right to read. New York, NY: Teacher's College Press.
  • Pick H., Broek P.W. van den & Knill D. (Red.) (1992), The study of cognition: Conceptual and methodological issues. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

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