Handbook of Spelling: Theory, Process and Intervention

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Gordon D. A. Brown, Nick C. Ellis
Wiley, Nov 1, 1994 - Psychology - 546 pages
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Brings together international, interdisciplinary research on spelling performance problems from cognitive and developmental psychology, linguistics, psycholinguistics, neuropsychology, computational approaches, connectionism and educational research. Covers topics such as the diversity and evolution of writing systems; analyses of spelling errors and latencies; computational models of spelling; developmental stages and causal transitions; abnormal spelling processes in developmental and acquired dyslexia, deafness, hyperlexia and other syndromes and much more.

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Contents

Spelling Routes or Roots or Rutes
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The View from Linguistics
51
Sources of Information Used by Beginning Spellers
75
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