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Edited By: Dr J B Talcott
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 12/37 (Education Special); 22/53 (Psychology Educational); 30/69 (Rehabilitation (Social Science))
Online ISSN: 1099-0909
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About the Editor: Professor Joel B. Talcott
Professor Joel B. Talcott is Associate Director of Research, Neurosciences and Professor of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience at Aston University, Birmingham.
He is involved with the Aston Brain Centre, the Cognitive & Affective Neurosciences Group, and the Neuroimaging Research Group.
Non-word repetition and literacy in Dutch children at-risk of dyslexia and children with SLI: results of the follow-up study
Elise de Bree, Frank Wijnen, and Ellen Gerrits
Visual spatial attention and speech segmentation are both impaired in preschoolers at familial risk for developmental dyslexia
Andrea Facoetti, Nicola Corradi, Milena Ruffino, Simone Gori and Marco Zorzi
Use of text message abbreviations and literacy skills in children with dyslexia
Helen M. Veater, Beverly Plester and Clare Wood
Overcoming learning barriers through knowledge management
Itiel E. Dror, Tamas Makany and Jonathan Kemp
Dutch children at family risk of dyslexia: precursors, reading development, and parental effects
Elsje van Bergen, Peter F. de Jong, Anne Regtvoort, Frans Oort, Sandra van Otterloo and Aryan van der Leij