The Effects of Graphic Structure on Young Children's Visual Narrative Comprehension.

Johnson, Colin.


  • Abstract: Scholars of children's picture books and theorists of visual communication argue that every feature - or graphic structure - on a visual surface functions to communicate meaning to the viewer. In turn, the viewer actively constructs meaning from the information presented. This study examined how manipulating graphic structures in illustrations affected children's comprehension of a wordl... read more
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