Journal of Research in Reading

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Edited By: Julia Carroll

Impact Factor: 1.473

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 24/55 (Psychology Educational); 34/224 (Education & Educational Research)

Online ISSN: 1467-9817

Associated Title(s): Literacy

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Journal of Research in Reading Special Issues

Special Issue on Current Directions in Reading Comprehension Research (2014)
Guest Editor: Panayiota Kendeou

Eye Movements during Chinese Reading (2013)
Guest Editors: Simon P. Liversedge, Jukka Hyönä and Keith Rayner

Learning to read in more than one language (2011)
Guest Editors: Hélène Deacon and Kate Cain

Writing Development: Cognitive, Sociocultural, Linguistic Perspectives (2010)
Guest Editors: Debra Myhill and Ros Fisher

Orthographic Processes in Reading (2008)
Guest Editors: Anne Castles and Kate Nation

Reading and Literacy in Developing Countries
Guest Editors: Amos Paran and Eddie Williams

Prosodic Sensitivity and Reading Development
Guest Editors: Lesly Wade-Woolley and Clare Wood

Reading and Genetics
Guest Editors: Prof Max Coltheart and Kate Nation

Visual Factors in Reading
Guest Editors: Dr Piers Cornelissen and Chris Singleton

Reading Beyond the Basics: Multiple Perspectives
Guest Editors: Ros Fisher and Morag Stuart

Assessing Literacy
Guest Editors: Chris Singleton and Denis Vincent

The UKLA and Wiley Research in Literacy Education Award

We are pleased to announce the 2014 winners of the Wiley & UKLA Literacy in Education Award, as presented at the Gala Dinner of the 50th UKLA International Conference:

From JRR

Reviewing evidence-based practice for pupils with dyslexia and literacy difficulties
Yvonne Griffiths and Morag Stuart

And from Literacy

What counts as reading? PIRLS, EastEnders and The Man on the Flying Trapeze
Janet Maybin

This award, launched in 2008, is given annually for research judged to be exemplary in either of UKLA’s journals - Journal of Research in Reading and Literacy.

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