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    1. Marshall, CM; Snowling, MJ; Bailey, PJ
      Rapid auditory processing and phonological ability in normal readers and readers with dyslexia

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    2. Frost, J
      Differences in reading development among Danish beginning-readers with high versus low phonemic awareness on entering grade one

      READING AND WRITING
    3. Frost, J
      Phonemic awareness, spontaneous writing, and reading and spelling development from a preventive perspective

      READING AND WRITING
    4. Dufva, M; Niemi, P; Voeten, MJM
      The role of phonological memory, word recognition, and comprehension skills in reading development: from preschool to grade 2

      READING AND WRITING
    5. de Long, PF; Leseman, PPM
      Lasting effects of home literacy on reading achievement in school

      JOURNAL OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY
    6. Baker, L; Mackler, K; Sonnenschein, S; Serpell, R
      Parents' interactions with their first-grade children during storybook reading and relations with subsequent home reading activity and reading achievement

      JOURNAL OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY
    7. Windfuhr, KL; Snowling, MJ
      The relationship between paired associate learning and phonological skillsin normally developing readers

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    8. Nation, K; Allen, R; Hulme, C
      The limitations of orthographic analogy in early reading development: Performance on the clue-word task depends on phonological priming and elementary decoding skill, not the use of orthographic analogy

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    9. Cupples, L; Iacono, T
      Phonological awareness and oral reading skill in children with Down syndrome

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    10. Kaderavek, JN; Sulzby, E
      Narrative production by children with and without specific language impairment: Oral narratives and emergent readings

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    11. Bird, EKR; Cleave, PL; McConnell, L
      Reading and phonological awareness in children with Down syndrome: A longitudinal study

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
    12. Geva, E; Siegel, LS
      Orthographic and cognitive factors in the concurrent development of basic reading skills in two languages

      READING AND WRITING
    13. Landerl, K
      Influences of orthographic consistency and reading instruction on the development of nonword reading skills

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY OF EDUCATION
    14. Mayringer, H; Wimmer, H
      Pseudoname learning by German-speaking children with dyslexia: Evidence for a phonological learning deficit

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    15. Larrivee, LS; Catts, HW
      Early reading achievement in children with expressive phonological disorders

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
    16. Duncan, LG; Johnston, RS
      How does phonological awareness relate to nonword reading skill amongst poor readers?

      READING AND WRITING
    17. Gottardo, A; Chiappe, P; Siegel, LS; Stanovich, KE
      Patterns of word and nonword processing in skilled and less-skilled readers

      READING AND WRITING
    18. Stuart, M; Masterson, J; Dixon, M; Quinlan, P
      Inferring sublexical correspondences from sight vocabulary: Evidence from 6-and 7-year-olds

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    19. Cole, P; Magnan, A; Grainger, J
      Syllable-sized units in visual word recognition: Evidence from skilled andbeginning readers of French

      APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    20. Geudens, A; Sandra, D
      Onsets and rimes in a phonologically transparent orthography: Differences between good and poor beginning readers of Dutch

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    21. Laing, E; Hulme, C
      Phonological and semantic processes influence beginning readers' ability to learn to read words

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    22. Goswami, U
      Orthographic analogies and phonological priming: A comment on Bowey, Vaughan, and Hansen (1998)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    23. Share, DL
      Phonological recoding and orthographic learning: A direct test of the self-teaching hypothesis

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    24. Naucler, K; Magnusson, E
      Reading and writing development: Report from an ongoing longitudinal studyof language-disordered and normal groups from pre-school to adolescence

      FOLIA PHONIATRICA ET LOGOPAEDICA
    25. WOOD C; TERRELL C
      POOR READERS ABILITY TO DETECT SPEECH RHYTHM AND PERCEIVE RAPID SPEECH

      British journal of developmental psychology
    26. NATION K
      CHILDRENS SENSITIVITY TO RIME UNIT FREQUENCY WHEN SPELLING WORDS AND NONWORDS

      Reading & writing
    27. GOSWAMI U; PORPODAS C; WHEELWRIGHT S
      CHILDRENS ORTHOGRAPHIC REPRESENTATIONS IN ENGLISH AND GREEK

      European journal of psychology of education
    28. BUS AG; VANIJZENDOORN MH
      AFFECTIVE DIMENSION OF MOTHER-INFANT PICTUREBOOK READING

      Journal of school psychology
    29. HANLEY JR; REYNOLDS CJ; THORNTON A
      ORTHOGRAPHIC ANALOGIES AND DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA

      British journal of psychology
    30. ELBRO C
      EARLY LINGUISTIC ABILITIES AND READING DEVELOPMENT - A REVIEW AND A HYPOTHESIS

      Reading & writing
    31. NATION K; HULME C
      THE AUTOMATIC ACTIVATION OF SOUND-LETTER KNOWLEDGE - AN ALTERNATIVE INTERPRETATION OF ANALOGY AND PRIMING EFFECTS IN EARLY SPELLING DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of experimental child psychology
    32. SPRENGERCHAROLLES L; CASALIS S
      READING AND SPELLING ACQUISITION IN FRENCH FIRST-GRADERS - LONGITUDINAL EVIDENCE

      Reading & writing
    33. LEYBAERT J; CONTENT A
      READING AND SPELLING ACQUISITION IN 2 DIFFERENT TEACHING-METHODS - A TEST OF THE INDEPENDENCE HYPOTHESIS

      Reading & writing
    34. SOWDEN PT; STEVENSON J
      BEGINNING READING STRATEGIES IN CHILDREN EXPERIENCING CONTRASTING TEACHING-METHODS

      Reading & writing
    35. MAHONY DL
      USING SENSITIVITY TO WORD STRUCTURE TO EXPLAIN VARIANCE IN HIGH-SCHOOL AND COLLEGE LEVEL READING-ABILITY

      Reading & writing
    36. GROFF P
      DIFFERING VIEWS ON CONTEXT CUES

      Interchange
    37. KLICPERA C; GASTEIGERKLICPERA B
      LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT OF READING-ABILITY IN POOR AND GOOD READERS

      Zeitschrift fur Entwicklungspsychologie und padagogische Psychologie
    38. SIMONS HD
      AN ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF VISION ANOMALIES IN READING INTERFERENCE

      Optometry and vision science
    39. KLICPERA C; SCHABMANN A; GASTEIGERKLICPERA B
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF READING AND SPELLING S KILLS FROM 2ND TO 8TH GRADE- A LONGITUDINAL-STUDY ON THE FREQUENCY AND STABILITY OF READING AND SPELLING RETARDATION IN A VIENNESE SCHOOL-DISTRICT

      Zeitschrift für Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie
    40. HAGTVET BE
      FROM ORAL TO WRITTEN LANGUAGE - A DEVELOPMENTAL AND INTERVENTIONAL PERSPECTIVE

      European journal of psychology of education
    41. BOLAND T
      THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING LITERATE - READING DEVELOPMENT IN PRIMARY-SCHOOL AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR THE SCHOOL CAREER IN SECONDARY-EDUCATION

      European journal of psychology of education


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