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Beverley L. Zakaluk and. S. Zakaluk, Beverley L. et S. J. Samuels. Issues Related to Text Comprehensibility: The Future of Readability. Zakaluk University of Manitoba. Jay Samuels University of Minnesota. Online publication: May 1, 2009. Revue québécoise de linguistique, volume 25, number 1, 1996, p. 41–59. APA. Zakaluk, B. L. & Samuels, S. (1996). Revue québécoise de linguistique, 25 (1), 41–59.
Beverly L. Jay Samuels 1988. Selecting books for beginning readers, Learning from reading recovery. Readability: It's Past, Present, & Future, the In-ternational Reading Association, Newark, Dela-ware. A statistical model for scientific readability.
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Readability referes to the success of the image as defined by its objective or caption. Images can be readable in the sense that they inspire cognitive and affective processing. Photographs with low readability inspire reactions that do not go beyond initial first glance responses. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves