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The Varieties of Orthographic Knowledge : II: Relationships to Phonology, Reading, and Writing - V.W. Berninger

The Varieties of Orthographic Knowledge

II: Relationships to Phonology, Reading, and Writing

By: V.W. Berninger (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 30th September 1995
ISBN: 9780792336419
Number Of Pages: 421

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This volume is the second of a two-part series dealing with the theoretical, definitional, methodological, and developmental issues involved in investigating the role of orthography in reading and writing. Although research on orthography has a long history in experimental psychology and neuropsychology, it was relatively neglected during the past decade when researchers turned their attention to phonological processes in literacy. However, interest in orthography is reemerging as the research reported in this series demonstrates. Taken together, the two volumes report evidence for shared and independent genetic pathways, shared and independent electrophysiological brain activity, and shared and independent behavioral indices of orthographic and phonological processes and emphasize the similarities and differences of orthographies across languages. Volume II proposes a theoretical framework based on the multiple dimensions of orthographic knowledge for guiding future research on the relationship of orthography to phonology, reading, and writing. This two-part series is directed toward an audience of basic and applied researchers and graduated students in cognitive and developmental psychology, neuropsychology, linguistics, and education.

Acknowledgements
Preface
Introduction to Volume IIp. 1
From Orthography to Psychology to Readingp. 23
The Increasingly Inextricable Relationship between Orthographic and Phonological Coding in Learning to Read: Some Reservations about Current Methods of Operationalizing Orthographic Codingp. 47
Electrophysiological Correlates of Orthographic and Phonological Processing. Using the Probe Procedurep. 113
Development of Orthographic and Phonological Processes in Normal and Disabled Readingp. 151
In Search of the Core Features of Dyslexia: Observations Concerning Dyslexia in the Highly Orthographically Regular Finnish Languagep. 177
Children's Use of Orthographic and Contextual Information in Word Recognition and Comprehensionp. 205
Children's Spelling Strategiesp. 251
Children's Acquisition and Retention of Word Spellingsp. 291
Structural Equation Modeling and Hierarchical Linear Modeling: Tools for Studying the Construct Validity of Orthographic Processes in Reading and Writing Developmentp. 321
What is Visual in Orthographic Processing?p. 355
Practiced Connections of Orthographic and Phonological Processingp. 377
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ISBN: 9780792336419
ISBN-10: 0792336410
Series: Neuropsychology and Cognition : Book 2
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 421
Published: 30th September 1995
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.79

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