文本阅读中的插图效应
Illustration Effect in the Text Reading

作者: 张建鹏 * , 李寿欣 :山东师范大学心理学院;

关键词: 插图插图效应图文材料Illustration Illustration Effect Graphic Material

摘要: 插图效应是指插图对学习者所起到的心理作用,包括记忆、理解、问题解决等认知方面的作用,也包括注意、兴趣、情感等非认知作用。早在20世纪30年代一些研究者就开始了对插图效应的实证研究,到目前为止已有大量的研究从不同的角度对插图效应进行了考察。本文对插图的分类、插图效应的相关理论、插图效应的影响因素进行了综述,总结出了插图使用的十条原则,提出了未来关于插图研究的几点思考。

Abstract:  Illustration Effect refers to the psychological role of illustration on the learner, including the role of the cognitive aspects of memory, understanding, and problem solving, also including attention, interest, and emotional aspects of the role of non-cognitive. Early as the 1930s some researchers began empirical study of the illustration effect; so far a lot of researches investigated illustration effect from a different perspective. Classifications of the illustrations, the theory of the illustration effect, influencing factors were reviewed in this article. Finally, ten principles of the illustrations using were summarized, and some thoughts on the study of illustrations were proposed.

文章引用: 张建鹏 , 李寿欣 (2012) 文本阅读中的插图效应。 心理学进展, 2, 250-255. doi: 10.12677/AP.2012.25039

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