362 CONTENTS VOLUME 13 P.J. Hatcher / Sound links in reading and spelling with discrepancy- deﬁned dyslexics and children with moderate learning difﬁculties 257–272 C. Jacobson & I. Lundberg / Early prediction of individual growth in reading 273–296 S. Samuelsson, A. Gustavsson, B. Herkner & I. Lundberg / Is the fre- quency of dyslexic problems among prison inmates higher than in a normal population? 297–312 R. Wesseling & P. Reitsma / The transient role of explicit phonological recoding for reading acquisition 313–336 W.H. Rupley, M. Rodriquez, S.L. Mergen, V.L. Willson & W.D. Nichols / Effects of structural features on word recognition develop- ment of hispanic and non-hispanic second graders 337–347 Peter J. Hatcher / Reading intervention need not be negligible: Response to Cossu (1999) 349–355 Book review T.R. Miles & Elaine Miles, Dyslexia: A Hundred Years On (2nd edition) (C. Marshall) 357–359 Contents Volume 13 361–362 List of Contributors 363
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