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

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Volume 28, Number 3, August 2005

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Editorial
pp. 209-215(7)
Author: Cornelissen, Piers

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Pre-schoolers, print and storybooks: an observational study using eye movement analysis
pp. 229-243(15)
Authors: Justice, Laura M.; Skibbe, Lori; Canning, Andrea; Lankford, Chris

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Hemispheric division of labour in reading
pp. 244-257(14)
Authors: Shillcock, Richard C.; McDonald, Scott A.

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Letter-position encoding and dyslexia
pp. 274-301(28)
Authors: Whitney, Carol; Cornelissen, Piers

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Integration of the visual and auditory networks in dyslexia: a theoretical perspective
pp. 320-331(12)
Authors: Pammer, Kristen; Vidyasagar, Trichur R.

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The effect of print size on reading speed in dyslexia
pp. 332-349(18)
Authors: O'Brien, Beth A.; Mansfield, J. Stephen; Legge, Gordon E.

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The relationship between dyslexia and Meares-Irlen Syndrome
pp. 350-364(15)
Authors: Kriss, Isla; Evans, Bruce J.W.

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Visual stress in adults with and without dyslexia
pp. 365-378(14)
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Contributors
pp. 379-381(3)

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