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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the United Kingdom Reading Association

Volume 26, Number 2, June 2003

How do children read multisyllabic words? Some preliminary observations
pp. 101-120(20)
Authors: Duncan, Lynne G.; Seymour, Philip H.K.

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Long-term effects of a psycholinguistic treatment for dyslexia
pp. 121-140(20)
Authors: Tijms, Jurgen; Hoeks, Jan J. W. M.; Paulussen-Hoogeboom, Marja C.; Smolenaars, Anton J.

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Aye, aye, aye, aye: orthography enhances rapid word reading in an exploratory study
pp. 141-150(10)
Authors: Neuhaus, Graham F.; Post, Yolanda

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Regularisation of nonwords in dyslexia: contributions of visual orthographic and phonological onsets
pp. 151-164(14)
Authors: Caney, Annaliese; Martin, Frances Heritage

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Reading strategy use and motivation among Chinese good and poor readers in Hong Kong
pp. 177-190(14)
Authors: Lau, Kit-ling; Chan, David W.

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The development of orthographic and phonological strategies for the decoding of words in children
pp. 191-204(14)
Authors: Martin, Frances; Claydon, Elizabeth; Morton, Adam; Binns, Sonia; Pratt, Chris

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Book Reviews
pp. 205-207(3)

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Contributors
pp. 208-209(2)

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