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Eric Paulson

Eric J. Paulson is Associate Professor of Literacy Education in the Division of Teacher Education in the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH) at the University of Cincinnati. His teaching interests include community college literacy teacher education, the psychology of reading processes, miscue analysis, and methods of teaching ESL. His research interests include theories and models of reading processes, eye movement research, analogical processes in reading, miscue analysis, retrospective miscue analysis, college reading issues, and EMMA (Eye Movement Miscue Analysis).

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