Psycholinguistics and reading
- Smith, Frank, 1928-
- New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 
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- x, 211 pages ; 24 cm
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- Psycholinguistics and reading -- Miller, G. A. Some preliminaries to psycholinguistics -- Goodman, K. S. Psycholinguistic universals in the reading process -- Kolers, P. A. Three stages of reading -- Holmes, D. L. The independence of letter, word, and meaning identification in reading -- Decoding: the great fallacy -- The efficiency of phonics -- Chomsky, C. Reading, writing, and phonology -- Rozin, P., Poritsky, S., and Sotsky, R. American children with reading problems can easily learn to read English represented by Chinese characters -- Alphabetic writing: a language compromise? -- Torrey, J. W. Illiteracy in the ghetto -- The learner and his language -- Torrey, J. W. Learning to read without a teacher: a case study -- Goodman, K. S. Analysis of oral reading miscues: applied psycholinguistics -- Goodman, K. S. On the psycholinguistic method of teaching reading -- Twelve easy ways to make learning to read difficult -- Bibliography (p. 197-200).
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