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TOC: Reading and Writing 33 / 4 (2020)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <>

Date: 23-Dec-2020
From: Laura de Kreij <>
Subject: Reading and Writing Vol. 33, No. 4 (2020)
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Publisher: Springer

Journal Title: Reading and Writing
Volume Number: 33
Issue Number: 4
Issue Date: 2020

Subtitle: Special Issue: The Link Between Executive Functions and Literacy

Main Text:

Title: The link between executive functions and literacy: introduction
Author(s): Filipe, M., Castro, S.L., Limpo, T.
pages: 807-812

Title: Do executive functions contribute to writing quality in beginning writers? A longitudinal study with second graders
Author(s): Cordeiro, C., Limpo, T., Olive, T., Castro, S.L.
pages: 813-833

Title: Does audio-visual binding as an integrative function of working memory influence the early stages of learning to write?
Author(s): Davies, S.J., Bourke, L., Harrison, N.
pages: 835-857

Title: Executive functions and pragmatics in children with high-functioning autism
Author(s): Filipe, M.G., Veloso, A., Frota, S., Vicente, S.G.
pages: 859-875

Title: The role of executive functions and transcription skills in writing: a cross-sectional study across 7 years of schooling
Author(s): Salas, N., Silvente, S.
pages: 877-905

Title: Children with dyslexia show an inhibition domain-specific deficit in reading
Author(s): Van Reybroeck, M., De Rom, M.
pages: 907-933

Title: Writing with imagination: the influence of hot and cold executive functions in children with autism characteristics and typically developing peers
Author(s): Bourke, L., Marriott-Fellows, M., Jones, A., Humphreys, L., Davies, S.J., Zuffiano, A., López-Pérez, B.
pages: 935-961

Title: The relationship of teacher ratings of executive functions to emergent literacy in Head Start
Author(s): Hooper, S.R., Costa, LJ.C., Green, M.B., Catlett, S.R., Barker, A., Fernandez, E., Faldowski, R.A.
pages: 963-989
Title: Cultural influences on the relation between executive functions and academic achievement
Author(s): Georgiou, G.K., Wei, W., Inoue, T., Das, J.P., Deng, C.
pages: 991-1013

Title: Proofreading by students: implications of executive and non-executive components of working memory in the detection of phonological, orthographical, and grammatical errors
Author(s): Larigauderie, P., Guignouard, C., Olive, T.
pages: 1015-1036

Title: Executive functions and components of oral reading fluency through the lens of text complexity
Author(s): Nguyen, T.Q., Pickren, S.E., Saha, N.M., Cutting, L.E.
pages: 1037-1073

Title: A longitudinal investigation of the double dissociation between reading and spelling deficits: the role of linguistic and executive function skills
Author(s): Papadopoulos, T.C., Spanoudis, G.C., Chatzoudi, D.
pages: 1075-1104

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics
                            Applied Linguistics
                            Cognitive Science
                            Discourse Analysis
                            General Linguistics
                            Language Acquisition
                            Language Documentation
                            Ling & Literature
                            Linguistic Theories
                            Text/Corpus Linguistics
                            Writing Systems

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