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    1. Walton, PD; Bowden, ME; Kurtz, SL; Angus, M
      Evaluation of a rime-based reading program with Shuswap and Heiltsuk FirstNations prereaders

      READING AND WRITING
    2. Walton, PD; Walton, LM; Felton, K
      Teaching rime analogy or letter recoding reading strategies to prereaders:Effects on prereading skills and word reading

      JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    3. van Bon, WHJ; Tooren, PH; van Eekelen, KWJM
      Lexical decision and oral reading by poor and normal readers

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY OF EDUCATION
    4. Qi, S; O'Connor, R
      Comparison of phonological training procedures in kindergarten classrooms

      JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
    5. Dressman, M
      On the use and misuse of research evidence: Decoding two states' reading initiatives

      READING RESEARCH QUARTERLY
    6. Ho, CSH; Wong, WL; Chan, WS
      The use of orthographic analogies in learning to read Chinese

      JOURNAL OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES
    7. Vernon, SA; Ferreiro, E
      Writing development: A neglected variable in the consideration of phonological awareness

      HARVARD EDUCATIONAL REVIEW
    8. ALLYN FA; BURT JS
      PINCH MY WIG OR WINCH MY PIG - SPELLING, SPOONERISMS AND OTHER LANGUAGE-SKILLS

      Reading & writing
    9. TOLCHINSKY L; TEBEROSKY A
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF WORD SEGMENTATION AND WRITING IN 2 SCRIPTS

      Cognitive development
    10. CRONIN V; CARVER P
      PHONOLOGICAL SENSITIVITY, RAPID NAMING, AND BEGINNING READING

      Applied psycholinguistics
    11. Swanson, HL; Hoskyn, M
      Experimental intervention research on students with learning disabilities:A meta-analysis of treatment outcomes

      REVIEW OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
    12. GILLON G; DODD B
      ENHANCING THE PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING SKILLS OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC READING-DISABILITY

      European journal of disorders of communication
    13. FURUICHI C; AIZAWA K; IMAI S
      USE OF STATIC DYNAMIC PARAMETERS IN AUTOMATIC PHONEMIC SEGMENTATION SYSTEM FOR ENGLISH CONTINUOUS SPEECH/

      Electronics and communications in Japan. Part 3, Fundamental electronic science
    14. BURT JS; BUTTERWORTH P
      SPELLING IN ADULTS - ORTHOGRAPHIC TRANSPARENCY, LEARNING NEW LETTER STRINGS AND READING ACCURACY

      European journal of cognitive psychology
    15. MCGUINNESS C; MCGUINNESS D; MCGUINNESS G
      PHONO-GRAPHIX(TM) - A NEW METHOD FOR REMEDIATING READING DIFFICULTIES

      Annals of dyslexia
    16. TROIA GA; ROTH FP; YENIKOMSHIAN GH
      WORD-FREQUENCY AND AGE EFFECTS IN NORMALLY DEVELOPING CHILDRENS PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    17. HOLM A; DODD B
      THE EFFECT OF FIRST WRITTEN LANGUAGE ON THE ACQUISITION OF ENGLISH LITERACY

      Cognition
    18. ROHL M; PRATT C
      PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS, VERBAL WORKING-MEMORY AND THE ACQUISITION OF LITERACY

      Reading & writing
    19. VANBON WHJ; DUIGHUISEN HCM
      SOMETIMES SPELLING IS EASIER THAN PHONEMIC SEGMENTATION

      Scandinavian journal of psychology
    20. DEFIOR S; TUDELA P
      EFFECT OF PHONOLOGICAL TRAINING ON READING AND WRITING ACQUISITION

      Reading & writing
    21. WAGNER RK; TORGESEN JK; RASHOTTE CA
      DEVELOPMENT OF READING-RELATED PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING ABILITIES - NEW EVIDENCE OF BIDIRECTIONAL CAUSALITY FROM A LATENT VARIABLE LONGITUDINAL-STUDY

      Developmental psychology
    22. BALL EW
      PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS - WHATS IMPORTANT AND TO WHOM

      Reading & writing
    23. UHRY JK; SHEPHERD MJ
      SEGMENTATION SPELLING INSTRUCTION AS PART OF A 1ST-GRADE READING PROGRAM - EFFECTS ON SEVERAL MEASURES OF READING

      Reading research quarterly


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