Script Adjustment and Phonological Awareness

Special issue of Written Language & Literacy 9:1 (2006)

Editors
ORCID logoMartin Neef | University of Brunswick
Guido Nottbusch | University of Bielefeld
[Written Language & Literacy, 9:1] 2006.  181 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
Introduction: Script Adjustment and Phonological Awareness
Martin Neef and Guido Nottbusch
1–5
On beyond alphabets
Peter T. Daniels
7–24
Spelling space: A computational test bed for phonological and morphological changes in Dutch spelling
Antal van den Bosch
25–44
Brahmi-derived scripts, script layout, and segmental awareness
Richard Sproat
45–66
The vowel path: Learning about vowel representation in written Hebrew
Dorit Ravid and Sarit Haimowitz
67–93
Orthographic input and phonological representations in learners of Chinese as a foreign language
Benedetta Bassetti
95–114
Phoneme awareness is not a prerequisite for learning to read
Catherine G. Penney, James R. Drover, Carrie Dyck and Amanda Squires
115–133
Allophonic perception in developmental dyslexia: Origin, reliability and implications of the categorical perception deficit
Willy Serniclaes
135–152
Linguistic units in word typing: Effects of word presentation modes and typing delay
Udo Will, Guido Nottbusch and Rüdiger Weingarten
153–176
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CF: Linguistics

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LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General