Written Language & Literacy 20:2
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But spell checker always corrects witch words eye misspelled: Spell checker use among good and poor spellersAdriana Riano & Sara J. Margolin | pp. 129–146
Instability of word reading errors of typical and poor readersEsther G. Steenbeek-Planting, Wim H. J. van Bon & Robert Schreuder | pp. 147–169
How executive control predicts early reading developmentEva van de Sande, Eliane Segers & Ludo Verhoeven | pp. 170–193
A computational model of the discovery of writingRichard Sproat | pp. 194–226
Early Thai orthography: Innovative tone-marking or recent hoax?Anthony Diller | pp. 227–251
Rhythmic constraints in handwriting. A review ofMartin Evertz & Beatrice Primus | pp. 252–258
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