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

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Volume 26, Number 3, October 2003

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The effects of rime- and phoneme-based teaching delivered by Learning Support Assistants
pp. 211-233(23)
Authors: Savage, Robert; Carless, Sue; Stuart, Morag

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Inferencing skills of adolescent readers who are hearing impaired
pp. 256-266(11)
Authors: Doran, John; Anderson, Anne

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Computerised formative assessment of reading comprehension: field trials in the UK
pp. 267-279(13)
Authors: Topping, Keith J.; Fisher, Anna M.

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Flexible use of lexical and sublexical information in word recognition
pp. 280-286(7)
Authors: Decker, Greg; Simpson, Greg B.; Yates, Mark; Locker, Lawrence

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Evidence for different parent–child strategies while reading
pp. 287-294(8)
Authors: Stoltz, Brett M.; Fischel, Janet E.

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PASS cognitive processes, phonological processes, and basic reading performance for a sample of referred primary-grade children
pp. 304-314(11)
Authors: Joseph, Laurice M.; McCachran, Megan E.; Naglieri, Jack A.

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Book Reviews
pp. 315-321(7)

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Contributors
pp. 322-324(3)

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