The Science of Reading: A Handbook
Margaret J. Snowling, Charles Hulme
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 15, 2008 - Psychology - 680 pages
The Science of Reading: A Handbook brings together state-of-the-art reviews of reading research from leading names in the field, to create a highly authoritative, multidisciplinary overview of contemporary knowledge about reading and related skills.
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A Handbook Part VI The Biological Bases of Reading
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