Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal 17: 943–946, 2004. Volume 17 Nos. 1–2 February 2004 Theme: Reading and Writing in Semi-Syllabic Scripts Guest Editors: Jyotsna Vaid and Prakash Padakannaya Jyotsna Vaid and Prakash Padakannaya Introduction 1–6 Susan J. Rickard Liow and Lay Choo Lee Metalinguistic awareness and semi-syllabic scripts: Children’s spelling errors in Malay 7–26 Miriam Taouk and Max Coltheart The cognitive processes involved in learning to read in Arabic 27–57 Duggirala Vasanta Processing phonological information in a semi- syllabic script: Development data from Telugu 59–78 Ashum Gupta Reading difficulties of Hindi-speaking children with developmental dyslexia 79–99 Prathiba Karanth, Anu Mahtew and Priya Kurien Orthography and reading speed: Data from native readers of Kannada 101–120 Shyamala Chengappa, Sapna Bhat and Prakash Padakannya Reading and writing skills in multilingual multilitreate aphasics: Two case studies 121–135 Greg B. Simpson and Hyewon Kang Syllable processing in alphabetic Korean 137–151 Jessun Kim and Chris Davis Characteristics of poor readers of Korean hangul: Auditory, visual and phonological processing 153–185 Jessun Kim, Marcus Taft and Chris Davis Orthographic- phonological links in the lexicon: When lexical and sublexical information conflict 187–218 Announcement 219 Instructions for authors 221–225 944 VOLUME OF CONTENTS Volume 17 No. 3 April
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Published: Dec 30, 2004
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