LINGUIST List 11.1557

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TOC: Reading and Writing

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  1. kap-listman, Reading and Writing. Vol. 13, Issue 1

Message 1: Reading and Writing. Vol. 13, Issue 1

Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2000 02:01:21 +0200 (MEST)
From: kap-listman <>
Subject: Reading and Writing. Vol. 13, Issue 1

Reading and Writing
An Interdisciplinary Journal

ISSN 0922-4777

Vol. 13, Issue 1, September 2000.

TITLE: Spelling in adults- The role of reading skills and experience
AUTHOR(S): Jennifer S. Burt, Mary B. Fury
KEYWORD(S): Adults, Comprehension, Decoding, Reading experience, Spelling.
PAGE(S): 1-30

TITLE: Phonological skills and comprehension failure- A test of
 the phonological processing deficit hypothesis
AUTHOR(S): Kate Cain, Jane Oakhill, Peter Bryant
KEYWORD(S): Comprehension deficits, Phonological awareness, Phonological
processing, Reading Comprehension, Young children.
PAGE(S): 31-56

TITLE: The phonological deficit hypothesis in Chinese developmental dyslexia
AUTHOR(S): Connie Suk-Han Ho, Teresa Pui-Sze Law, Penny Man Ng
KEYWORD(S): Developmental dyslexia, Phonological awareness, Phonological
 deficit hypothesis, Phonological memory, Reading Chinese.
PAGE(S): 57-79

TITLE: Working memory resources and children`s reading comprehension
AUTHOR(S): Alix Seigneuric, Marie-France Ehrlich, Jane V. Oakhill, 
 Nicola M. Yuill
KEYWORD(S): Children, Reading comprehension, Working memory.
PAGE(S): 81-103

TITLE: Clinical appraisal of spelling ability and its relationship
 to phonemic awareness (blending, segmenting, elision, and
 reversal), phonological memory, and reading in reading
 disabled, ADHD, and normal children
AUTHOR(S): Judith M. Kroese, George W. Hynd, Deborah F. Knight, 
 Jennifer R. Hiemenz, Josh Hall
KEYWORD(S): Phonemic awareness, Phonetic accuracy, Quantitative/qualitative
 analysis, Reading, Spelling, Spelling rating scale.
PAGE(S): 105-131

TITLE: Reading disability in boys and girls- No evidence for a
 differential genetic etiology
AUTHOR(S): Sally J. Wadsworth, Valerie S. Knopik, J.C. DeFries
KEYWORD(S): Gender, Genetic, Heritability, Reading Disability, Twins.
PAGE(S): 133-145

TITLE: Effects of exposure to literary Arabic on reading comprehension
 in a diglossic situation
AUTHOR(S): Salim Abu-Rabia
KEYWORD(S): Diglossia, Literary Arabic, Reading acquisition, Spoken Arabic.
PAGE(S): 147-157

TITLE: Blending versus whole word approaches in first grade remedial
 reading- Short-term and delayed effects on reading and spelling words
AUTHOR(S): Rollanda E. O`Connor, Susana Padeliadu
KEYWORD(S): Blending, Decoding, First grade, Learning disabilities, Reading.
PAGE(S): 159-182

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