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Message 1: Reading and Writing. Vol. 13, Issue 3/4, December 2000

Date: Wed, 06 Dec 2000 02:15:06 +0100 (MET)
From: kap-listman <kap-listmanwkap.nl>
Subject: Reading and Writing. Vol. 13, Issue 3/4, December 2000



Reading and Writing
An Interdisciplinary Journal

ISSN 0922-4777

http://www.wkap.nl/issuetoc.htm/0922-4777+13+3/4+2000

Vol. 13, Issue 3/4, December 2000.

TITLE: Is graphic activity cognitively costly? A developmental approach
AUTHOR(S): Beatrice Bourdin, Michel Fayol
KEYWORD(S): Automatic and controlled processes, Cognitive load, Language
 production, Oral and written modes, Working memory.
PAGE(S): 183-196

TITLE: Development of orthographic skills in Chinese children
AUTHOR(S): Helen H. Shen, Donald R. Bear
KEYWORD(S): Chinese, Invented spelling, Orthography, Spelling errors.
PAGE(S): 197-236

TITLE: Eye-movement parameters and reading speed 
AUTHOR(S): Nils Sovik, Oddvar Arntzen, Marit Samuelstuen
KEYWORD(S): Eye movements, Oral reading, Reading errors, Reading fluency,
 Reading speed, Silent reading.
PAGE(S): 237-255

TITLE: Sound links in reading and spelling with discrepancy-defined
 dyslexics and children with moderate learning difficulties
AUTHOR(S): Peter J. Hatcher
KEYWORD(S): Dyslexia, Intervention, IQ, Learning disability, Phonology,
 Reading, Spelling.
PAGE(S): 257-272

TITLE: Early prediction of individual growth in reading
AUTHOR(S): Christer Jacobson, Ingvar Lundberg
KEYWORD(S): Growth-curve analysis, Reading disability, Word decoding.
PAGE(S): 273-296

TITLE: Is the frequency of dyslexic problems among prison inmates
 higher than in a normal population?
AUTHOR(S): Stefan Samuelsson, Ann Gustavsson, Birgitta Herkner, 
 Ingvar Lundberg
KEYWORD(S): Dyslexic problems, Phonological deficits, Prison inmates.
PAGE(S): 297-312

TITLE: The transient role of explicit phonological recoding for
 reading acquisition
AUTHOR(S): Ralph Wesseling, Pieter Reitsma
KEYWORD(S): Early reading acquisition, Phoneme blending, Phonological
 recording, Word decoding.
PAGE(S): 313-336

TITLE: Effects of structural features on word recognition development
 of hispanic and non-hispanic second graders
AUTHOR(S): William H. Rupley, Maximo Rodriquez, Sandra L. Mergen, 
 Victor L. Willson, William Dee Nichols
KEYWORD(S): Beginning readers, Grapheme/phoneme correspondence, Hispanic
 learners, Structural features of words, Word recognition.
PAGE(S): 337-347

TITLE: Reading intervention need not be negligible: 
 Response to Cossu (1999)
AUTHOR(S): Peter J. Hatcher
KEYWORD(S): Intervention, Phonological awareness, Reading.
PAGE(S): 349-355

TITLE: Dyslexia: A Hundred Years On (2nd edition) by T.R. Miles
 & Elaine Miles
AUTHOR(S): C. Marshall
KEYWORD(S): Intervention, Phonological awareness, Reading.
PAGE(S): 357-359

TITLE: Contents Volume 13 (2000)
AUTHOR(S): 
KEYWORD(S): Dyslexic problems, Phonological deficits, Prison inmates.
PAGE(S): 361-362

TITLE: List of contributors Volume 13 (2000)
AUTHOR(S): 
KEYWORD(S): Dyslexic problems, Phonological deficits, Prison inmates.
PAGE(S): 363-363

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