Sara J. Margolin, Ph.D.
|University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States|
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|Margolin SJ. (2015) Older Adults’ Comprehension of Transformational and Deactivation Negation Educational Gerontology. 41: 604-612|
|Margolin SJ. (2013) Can Bold Typeface Improve Readers' Comprehension and Metacomprehension of Negation? Reading Psychology. 34: 85-99|
|Margolin SJ, Driscoll C, Toland MJ, et al. (2013) E-readers, computer screens, or paper: Does reading comprehension change across media platforms? Applied Cognitive Psychology. 27: 512-519|
|Margolin SJ, Hover PA. (2011) Metacomprehension and negation: Assessing readers' awareness of the difficulty of negated text Reading Psychology. 32: 158-171|
|Abrams L, Farrell MT, Margolin SJ. (2010) Older adults' detection of misspellings during reading. The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 65: 680-3|
|Margolin SJ, Abrams L. (2009) Not may not be too difficult: The effects of negation on older adults' sentence comprehension Educational Gerontology. 35: 306-320|
|Margolin SJ, Abrams L. (2007) Individual differences in young and older adults' spelling: do good spellers age better than poor spellers? Neuropsychology, Development, and Cognition. Section B, Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition. 14: 529-44|