Table of contents for The science of reading : a handbook / edited by Margaret J. Snowling and Charles Hulme.

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List of Contributors
Part I Word Recognition Processes in Reading
1. Modelling Reading: The Dual-Route Approach ? Max Coltheart, Macquarie University, Australia
2. Connectionist Approaches to Reading ? David C. Plaut, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
3. Visual Word Recognition: Theories and Findings ? Stephen J. Lupker, University of Western 
Ontario, Canada
4. The Question of Phonology and Reading ? Guy C. Van Orden and Heidi Kloos, Arizona State 
University, USA
5. Eye Movements During Reading ? Keith Rayner, Barbara J. Juhasz, and Alexander Pollatsek, 
University of Massachusetts, USA
Part II Learning to Read and Spell
6. Theories of Learning to Read ? Brian Byrne, University of New England, Australia
7. Writing Systems and Spelling Development ? Rebecca Treiman and Brett Kessler, Washington 
University in St Louis, USA
8. Development of Sight Word Reading: Phases and Findings ? Linnea C. Ehri, Graduate Center of the 
City University of New York, USA
9. Individual Differences in Learning to Read ? Judith A. Bowey, University of Queensland, Australia
10. Social Correlates of Emergent Literacy ? Beth M. Phillips and Christopher J. Lonigan, Florida 
Center for Reading Research, Florida State University, USA	
11. Literacy and Cognitive Change ? José Morais and Régine Kolinsk, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 
Part III Reading Comprehension 
12. Comprehension ? Walter Kintsch and Katherine A. Rawson, University of Colorado, USA
13. The Acquisition of Reading Comprehension Skill ? Charles A. Perfetti, Nicola Landi and Jane 
Oakhill, University of Pittsburgh, USA
14. Children?s Reading Comprehension Difficulties ? Kate A. Nation, University of Oxford, UK
Part IV Reading in Different Languages
15. Orthographic Systems and Skilled Word Recognition Processes in Reading ? Ram Frost, The 
Hebrew University, Israel
16. Early Reading Development in European Languages ? Philip H. K. Seymour, University of Dundee, 
17. Learning to Read in Chinese ? J. Richard Hanley, University of Essex, UK
18. The Nature and Causes of Dyslexia in Different Languages ? Markéta Caravolas, University of 
Liverpool, UK
Part V Disorders of Reading and Spelling
19. Developmental Dyslexia ? Frank R. Vellutino and Jack M. Fletcher, State University of New York, 
at Albany, USA
20. Learning to Read with a Hearing Impairment ? Jacqueline Leybaert, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 
21. Learning to Read with a Language Impairment ? Margaret J. Snowling and Charles Hulme
22. Acquired Disorders of Reading ? Matthew A. Lambon Ralph, University of Manchester, UK, and 
Karalyn Patterson, University of Cambridge, UK
23. Spelling Disorders ? Cristina Romani, University of Aston, UK, Andrew Olson, University of 
Birmingham, UK, and Anna Maria DiBetta, University of Aston
Part VI Biological Bases of Reading 
24. Genetics of Dyslexia ? Bruce F. Pennington, University of Denver, USA, and Richard K. Olson, 
University of Colorado, USA
25. Functional Brain Imaging Studies of Skilled Reading and Developmental Dyslexia ? Cathy J. 
Price, University College London, and Eamon McCrory, Institute of Psychiatry, UK
Part VII Teaching Reading
26. Teaching Children to Read: What Do We Know About How To Do It? ? Catherine E. Snow, 
Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA, and Connie Juel, Stanford University, USA
27. Recent Discoveries from Research on Remedial Interventions for Children with Dyslexia ? Joseph 
K. Torgesen, Florida Center for Reading Research at Florida State University, USA
Author Index
Subject Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Reading -- Research.
Reading, Psychology of.