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Volume 10, Number 3, August 2004

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Dyslexia in context
pp. 145-145(1)
Author: Talcott, Joel B.

Early development of children at familial risk for Dyslexia—follow‐up from birth to school age
pp. 146-178(33)
Authors: Lyytinen, H.; Ahonen, T.; Eklund, K.; Guttorm, T.; Kulju, P.; Laakso, M.‐L.; Leiwo, M.; Leppänen, P.; Lyytinen, P.; Poikkeus, A.‐M.; Richardson, U.; Torppa, M.; Viholainen, H.

The early identification of dyslexia: Children with English as an additional language
pp. 179-195(17)
Authors: Hutchinson, Jane M.; Whiteley, Helen E.; Smith, Chris D.; Connors, Liz

Working memory: Its role in dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties
pp. 196-214(19)
Authors: Jeffries, Sharman; Everatt, John

Auditory processing skills and phonological representation in Dyslexic children
pp. 215-233(19)
Authors: Richardson, Ulla; Thomson, Jennifer M.; Scott, Sophie K.; Goswami, Usha

Visual and auditory temporal processing and early reading development
pp. 234-252(19)
Authors: Hood, Michelle; Conlon, Elizabeth

The Durham experience: promoting dyslexia and dyspraxia friendly schools
pp. 253-264(12)
Authors: Coffield, Mary; O'Neill, Jenny

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