Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal 15: 813–815, 2002. Volume 15 Nos. 1–2 Theme: Timing and Phonology Guest Editors: Zvia Breznitz & David Share Z. Breznitz & D. Share / Introduction on timing and phonology 1–3 M. Studdert-Kennedy / Deﬁcits in phoneme awareness do not arise from failures in rapid auditory processing 5–14 Z. Breznitz / Asynchrony of visual-orthographic and auditory- phonological word recognition processes: An underlying factor in dyslexia 15–42 M. Wolf, A.G. O’Rourke, C. Gidney, M. Lovett, P. Cirino & R. Morris / The second deﬁcit: An investigation of the independence of phonolo- gical and naming-speed deﬁcits in developmental dyslexia 43–72 P. Chiappe, R. Stringer, L.S. Siegel & K.E. Stanovich / Why the timing deﬁcit hypothesis does not explain reading disability in adults 73–107 P.G. Bowers & E. Newby-Clark / The role of naming speed within a model of reading acquisition 109–126 R. Olson & H. Datta / Visual-temporal processing in reading-disabled and normal twins 127–149 D.L. Share, A.F. Jorm, R. Maclean & R. Matthews / Temporal processing and reading disability 151–178 P.H. Wolff / Timing precision and rhythm in developmental dyslexia 179–206 R.M. Klein / Observations on the temporal correlates of reading failure 207–232 Volume 15
Reading and Writing – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 13, 2004
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