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    1. Marx, P; Weber, JM; Schneider, W
      Dyslexia versus garden-variety poor reading: A comparison of phonological and visual processing skills

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PADAGOGISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE
    2. Conners, FA; Atwell, JA; Rosenquist, CJ; Sligh, AC
      Abilities underlying decoding differences in children with intellectual disability

      JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY RESEARCH
    3. Temple, E; Poldrack, RA; Salidis, J; Deutsch, GK; Tallal, P; Merzenich, MM; Gabrieli, JDE
      Disrupted neural responses to phonological and orthographic processing in dyslexic children: an fMRI study

      NEUROREPORT
    4. Cutting, LE; Denckla, MB
      The relationship of rapid serial naming and word reading in normally developing readers: An exploratory model

      READING AND WRITING
    5. Cunningham, AE; Perry, KE; Stanovich, KE
      Converging evidence for the concept of orthographic processing

      READING AND WRITING
    6. Leinonen, S; Muller, K; Leppanen, PHT; Aro, M; Ahonen, T; Lyytinen, H
      Heterogeneity in adult dyslexic readers: Relating processing skills to thespeed and accuracy of oral text reading

      READING AND WRITING
    7. Maassen, B; Groenen, P; Crul, T; Assman-Hulsmans, C; Gabreels, F
      Identification and discrimination of voicing and place-of-articulation in developmental dyslexia

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    8. Hsieh, L; Gandour, J; Wong, D; Hutchins, GD
      Functional heterogeneity of inferior frontal gyrus is shaped by linguisticexperience

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    9. Haist, F; Song, AW; Wild, K; Faber, TL; Popp, CA; Morris, RD
      Linking sight and sound: fMRI evidence of primary auditory cortex activation during visual word recognition

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    10. Petersson, KM; Reis, A; Ingvar, M
      Cognitive processing in literate and illiterate subjects: A review of somerecent behavioral and functional neuroimaging data

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    11. de Long, PF; Leseman, PPM
      Lasting effects of home literacy on reading achievement in school

      JOURNAL OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY
    12. Studdert-Kennedy, M; Mody, M; Brady, S
      A response to Denenberg

      JOURNAL OF LEARNING DISABILITIES
    13. Allor, JH; Fuchs, D; Mathes, PG
      Do students with and without lexical retrieval weaknesses respond differently to instruction?

      JOURNAL OF LEARNING DISABILITIES
    14. Swanson, HL; Sachse-Lee, C
      Mathematical problem solving and working memory in children with learning disabilities: Both executive and phonological processes are important

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    15. Hecht, SA; Torgesen, JK; Wagner, RK; Rashotte, CA
      The relations between phonological processing abilities and emerging individual differences in mathematical computation skills: A longitudinal study from second to fifth grades

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    16. Speece, DL; Case, LP
      Classification in context: An alternative approach to identifying early reading disability

      JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    17. Briscoe, J; Bishop, DVM; Norbury, CF
      Phonological processing, language, and literacy: A comparison of children with mild-to-moderate sensorineural hearing loss and those with specific language impairment

      JOURNAL OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES
    18. Mottron, L; Morasse, K; Belleville, S
      A study of memory functioning in individuals with autism

      JOURNAL OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES
    19. Grigorenko, EL
      Developmental dyslexia: An update on genes, brains, and environments

      JOURNAL OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES
    20. Pennington, BF; Lefly, DL
      Early reading development in children at family risk for dyslexia

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    21. Eulitz, C; Hauk, O; Cohen, R
      Electroencephalographic activity over temporal brain areas during phonological encoding in picture naming

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    22. Hatcher, PJ
      Reading intervention need not be negligible: Response to Cossu (1999)

      READING AND WRITING
    23. Cain, K; Oakhill, J; Bryant, P
      Phonological skills and comprehension failure: A test of the phonological processing deficit hypothesis

      READING AND WRITING
    24. O'Connor, RE; Padeliadu, S
      Blending versus whole word approaches in first grade remedial reading: Short-term and delayed effects on reading and spelling words

      READING AND WRITING
    25. Purvis, KL; Tannock, R
      Phonological processing, not inhibitory control, differentiates ADHD and reading disability

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
    26. Simpson, S
      Dyslexia: a developmental language disorder

      CHILD CARE HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT
    27. Downey, DM; Snyder, LE
      College students with LLD: The phonological core as risk for failure in foreign language classes

      TOPICS IN LANGUAGE DISORDERS
    28. Schmitt, BM; Munte, TF; Kutas, M
      Electrophysiological estimates of the time course of semantic and phonological encoding during implicit picture naming

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    29. Lovett, MW; Steinbach, KA; Frijters, JC
      Remediating the core deficits of developmental reading disability: A double-deficit perspective

      JOURNAL OF LEARNING DISABILITIES
    30. O'Shaughnessy, TE; Swanson, HL
      A comparison of two reading interventions for children with reading disabilities

      JOURNAL OF LEARNING DISABILITIES
    31. Frijters, JC; Barron, RW; Brunello, M
      Direct and mediated influences of home literacy and literacy interest on prereaders' oral vocabulary and early written language skill

      JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    32. McBride-Chang, C; Ho, CSH
      Developmental issues in Chinese children's character acquisition

      JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    33. Sterne, A; Goswami, U
      Phonological awareness of syllables, rhymes, and phonemes in deaf children

      JOURNAL OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES
    34. Kawamura, S
      Effect of phonological processing on temporal processing

      JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    35. Lonigan, CJ; Burgess, SR; Anthony, JL
      Development of emergent literacy and early reading skills in preschool children: Evidence from a latent-variable longitudinal study

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    36. Nittrouer, S
      Do temporal processing deficits cause phonological processing problems?

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    37. Warnke, A
      Reading and spelling disorders: Clinical features and causes

      EUROPEAN CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
    38. Georgiewa, P; Rzanny, R; Hopf, JM; Knab, R; Glauche, V; Kaiser, WA; Blanz, B
      fMRI during word processing in dyslexic and normal reading children

      NEUROREPORT
    39. Thierry, G; Boulanouar, K; Kherif, F; Ranjeva, JP; Demonet, JF
      Temporal sorting of neural components underlying phonological processing

      NEUROREPORT
    40. Shimron, J
      The role of vowel signs in Hebrew: Beyond word recognition

      READING AND WRITING
    41. Denckla, MB; Cutting, LE
      History and significance of rapid automatized naming

      ANNALS OF DYSLEXIA
    42. Lonigan, CJ; Bloomfield, BG; Anthony, JL; Bacon, KD; Phillips, BM; Samwel, CS
      Relations among emergent literacy skills, behavior problems, and social competence in preschool children from low- and middle-income backgrounds

      TOPICS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIAL EDUCATION
    43. Favila, A; Yanez, G; Bernal, J; Silva, J; Marosi, E; Rodriguez, M; Fernandez, T
      Phonological awareness and phonological memory tasks are predictor factorsof reading and writing abilities in first grade children

      REVISTA MEXICANA DE PSICOLOGIA
    44. Khateb, A; Annoni, JM; Landis, T; Pegna, AJ; Custodi, MC; Fonteneau, E; Morand, SM; Michel, CM
      Spatio-temporal analysis of electric brain activity during semantic and phonological word processing

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    45. Speece, DL; Roth, FP; Cooper, DH; De la Paz, S
      The relevance of oral language skills to early literacy: A multivariate analysis

      APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    46. Swanson, HL
      Reading comprehension and working memory in learning-disabled readers: Is the phonological loop more important than the executive system?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    47. Crone, DA; Whitehurst, GJ
      Age and schooling effects on emergent literacy and early reading skills

      JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    48. Wolf, M; Bowers, PG
      The double-deficit hypothesis for the developmental dyslexias

      JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    49. Kirby, JR; Parrila, RK
      Theory-based prediction of early reading

      ALBERTA JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
    50. SCHULTEKORNE G; DEIMEL W; BARTLING J; REMSCHMIDT H
      AUDITORY PROCESSING AND DYSLEXIA - EVIDENCE FOR A SPECIFIC SPEECH PROCESSING DEFICIT

      NeuroReport
    51. Tan, LH; Perfetti, CA
      Phonological codes as early sources of constraint in Chinese word identification: A review of current discoveries and theoretical accounts

      READING AND WRITING
    52. Scarborough, HS
      Predicting the future achievement of second graders with reading disabilities: Contributions of phonemic awareness, verbal memory, rapid naming, and IQ

      ANNALS OF DYSLEXIA
    53. VALDIVIESO LB; BERMEOSOLO J; PINTO A; OYARZO E
      SILENT READING-COMPREHENSION AND PHONOLOG ICAL PROCESSING - A PERSISTING RELATIONSHIP

      Revista latinoamericana de psicología
    54. Andersson, U; Lyxell, B
      Phonological deterioration in adults with an acquired severe hearing impairment

      SCANDINAVIAN AUDIOLOGY
    55. MCPHERSON WB; ACKERMAN PT; HOLCOMB PJ; DYKMAN RA
      EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS ELICITED DURING PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING DIFFERENTIATE SUBGROUPS OF READING-DISABLED ADOLESCENTS

      Brain and language
    56. LESEMAN PPM; DEJONG PF
      HOME LITERACY - OPPORTUNITY, INSTRUCTION, COOPERATION AND SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL QUALITY PREDICTING EARLY READING-ACHIEVEMENT

      Reading research quarterly
    57. McBride-Chang, C
      Phonological transfer in Chinese and English

      PSYCHOLOGIA
    58. TALLAL P; MERZENICH MM; MILLER S; JENKINS W
      LANGUAGE-LEARNING IMPAIRMENTS - INTEGRATING BASIC SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND REMEDIATION

      Experimental Brain Research
    59. CASTROCALDAS A; PETERSSON KM; REIS A; STONEELANDER S; INGVAR M
      THE ILLITERATE BRAIN - LEARNING TO READ AND WRITE DURING CHILDHOOD INFLUENCES THE FUNCTIONAL-ORGANIZATION OF THE ADULT BRAIN

      Brain (Print)
    60. GILLON G; DODD B
      ENHANCING THE PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING SKILLS OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC READING-DISABILITY

      European journal of disorders of communication
    61. LEITAO S; HOGBEN J; FLETCHER J
      PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING SKILLS IN SPEECH AND LANGUAGE-IMPAIRED CHILDREN

      European journal of disorders of communication
    62. WADEWOOLLEY L; SIEGEL LS
      THE SPELLING PERFORMANCE OF ESL AND NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH AS A FUNCTION OF READING SKILL

      Reading & writing
    63. SO D; SIEGEL LS
      LEARNING TO READ CHINESE - SEMANTIC, SYNTACTIC, PHONOLOGICAL AND WORKING-MEMORY SKILLS IN NORMALLY ACHIEVING AND POOR CHINESE READERS

      Reading & writing
    64. BEITCHMAN JH; YOUNG AR
      LEARNING-DISORDERS WITH A SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON READING DISORDERS - A REVIEW OF THE PAST 10 YEARS

      Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    65. HEMPENSTALL K
      THE ROLE OF PHONEMIC AWARENESS IN BEGINNING READING - A REVIEW

      Behaviour change
    66. LOVETT MW; STEINBACH KA
      THE EFFECTIVENESS OF REMEDIAL PROGRAMS FOR READING-DISABLED CHILDREN OF DIFFERENT AGES - DOES THE BENEFIT DECREASE FOR OLDER CHILDREN

      Learning disability quarterly
    67. MCGREW KS; KEITH TZ; FLANAGAN DP; VANDERWOOD M
      BEYOND G - THE IMPACT OF GF-GC SPECIFIC COGNITIVE-ABILITIES RESEARCH ON THE FUTURE USE AND INTERPRETATION OF INTELLIGENCE-TESTS IN THE SCHOOLS

      School psychology review
    68. CATTS HW
      THE EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF LANGUAGE-BASED READING DISABILITIES

      Language, speech & hearing services in schools
    69. METSALA JL
      AN EXAMINATION OF WORD-FREQUENCY AND NEIGHBORHOOD DENSITY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPOKEN-WORD RECOGNITION

      Memory & cognition
    70. MIZUNO R
      A TEST OF A HYPOTHESIS OF AUTOMATIC PHONO LOGICAL PROCESSING OF KANJIWORDS

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    71. JERGER MA
      PHONEME AWARENESS AND THE ROLE OF THE EDUCATOR

      Intervention in school and clinic
    72. ELBRO C
      EARLY LINGUISTIC ABILITIES AND READING DEVELOPMENT - A REVIEW AND A HYPOTHESIS

      Reading & writing
    73. COWAN N
      SHORT-TERM-MEMORY, WORKING-MEMORY, AND THEIR IMPORTANCE IN LANGUAGE PROCESSING

      Topics in language disorders
    74. BELLEVILLE S; PERETZ I; MALENFANT D
      EXAMINATION OF THE WORKING-MEMORY COMPONENTS IN NORMAL AGING AND IN DEMENTIA OF THE ALZHEIMER-TYPE

      Neuropsychologia
    75. TROIA GA; ROTH FP; YENIKOMSHIAN GH
      WORD-FREQUENCY AND AGE EFFECTS IN NORMALLY DEVELOPING CHILDRENS PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    76. GILBERTSON M; KAMHI AG
      NOVEL WORD LEARNING IN CHILDREN WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENT

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    77. BADIAN NA
      DO DYSLEXIC AND OTHER POOR READERS DIFFER IN READING-RELATED COGNITIVE SKILLS

      Reading & writing
    78. FOORMAN BR; FRANCIS DJ
      EXPLORING CONNECTIONS AMONG READING, SPELLING, AND PHONEMIC SEGMENTATION DURING 1ST-GRADE

      Reading & writing
    79. WOOD FB; FELTON RH
      SEPARATE LINGUISTIC AND ATTENTIONAL FACTORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF READING

      Topics in language disorders
    80. TAMAOKA K; TAFT M
      IS THE SMALLEST UNIT IN PHONOLOGICAL PROC ESSING EQUIVALENT TO THE SMALLEST UNIT IN ORTHOGRAPHIC PROCESSING - LEXICAL JUDGMENTS OF KATAKANANONWORDS

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    81. HIROSE K; FUJISAKI H
      A SYSTEM FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF HIGH-QUALITY SPEECH FROM TEXTS ON GENERAL WEATHER CONDITIONS

      IEICE transactions on fundamentals of electronics, communications and computer science
    82. DOLLAGHAN C; BIBER M; CAMPBELL T
      CONSTITUENT SYLLABLE EFFECTS IN A NONSENSE-WORD REPETITION TASK

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    83. WATSON BU; MILLER TK
      AUDITORY-PERCEPTION, PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING, AND READING-ABILITY DISABILITY

      Journal of speech and hearing research


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