Publisher: Academic Press
Segmentation, Not Rhyming, Predicts Early Progress in Learning to Read
Muter V.; Hulme C.; Snowling M.; Taylor S.
Sensitivity to Onset and Rhyme Does Predict Young Children's Reading: A Comment on Muter, Hulme, Snowling, and Taylor (1997)
Segmentation Does Predict Early Progress in Learning to Read Better Than Rhyme: A Reply to Bryant
Hulme C.; Muter V.; Snowling M.
Transfer Effects across Contextual and Linguistic Boundaries: Evidence from Poor Readers
Bourassa D.C.; Levy B.A.; Dowin S.; Casey A.
Long- and Short-Looking Infants' Recognition of Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Forms
Stoecker J.J.; Colombo J.; Frick J.E.; Allen J.R.
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