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

Volume 29, Number 1, February 2006

Reading and genetics: an introduction
pp. 1-10(10)
Author: Nation, Kate

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Family history, self-perceptions, attitudes and cognitive abilities are associated with early adolescent reading skills
pp. 11-32(22)
Authors: Conlon, Elizabeth G.; Zimmer-Gembeck, Melanie J.; Creed, Peter A.; Tucker, Melinda

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Genetic and environmental influences on early literacy
pp. 33-49(17)
Authors: Byrne, Brian; Olson, Richard K.; Samuelsson, Stefan; Wadsworth, Sally; Corley, Robin; DeFries, John C.; Willcutt, Erik

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Genetic and environmental mediation of the prediction from preschool language and nonverbal ability to 7-year reading
pp. 50-74(25)
Authors: Hayiou-Thomas, Marianna E.; Harlaar, Nicole; Dale, Philip S.; Plomin, Robert

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Genetic and environmental influences on reading and listening comprehension
pp. 75-91(17)
Authors: Keenan, Janice M.; Betjemann, Rebecca S.; Wadsworth, Sally J.; DeFries, John C.; Olson, Richard K.

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Cognitive modelling and the behaviour genetics of reading
pp. 92-103(12)
Authors: Castles, Anne; Bates, Timothy; Coltheart, Max; Luciano, Michelle; Martin, Nicholas G.

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The genetics of learning to read
pp. 124-132(9)
Author: Coltheart, Max

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Literacy: An introduction
pp. 133-135(3)
Author: Taylor, Joanne

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How the brain learns to read
pp. 135-137(3)
Author: Geake, John

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Contributors
pp. 139-142(4)

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