How can the process and cost of writing texts be studied? The triple task methodology This methodological note has three goals. The first is to describe the various uses of the triple task paradigm (writing; quick reactions, think aloud protocols) proposed by Kellogg (1986, 1987b) and Levy and Ransdell (1994, 1995). The dependent variables related to this paradigm are examined. The second aim is to evaluate the validity of the paradigm by measuring the task's reactivity and that of verbalisation. The third goal is to offer a short review of findings related to the use of the paradigm. We conclude by showing the efficacy of the triple-task paradigm for the investigation of text writing
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