Lynne G. Duncan
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How important are rhyme and analogy in beginning reading?
LG Duncan, PHK Seymour, S Hill
Cognition 63 (2), 171-208, 1997
Socio‐economic differences in foundation‐level literacy
LG Duncan, PHK Seymour
British Journal of Psychology 91 (2), 145-166, 2000
Exploring the relationship between adolescent’s reading skills, reading motivation and reading habits
SP McGeown, LG Duncan, YM Griffiths, SE Stothard
Reading and writing 28, 545-569, 2015
Cognitive flexibility predicts early reading skills
P Colé, LG Duncan, A Blaye
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 565, 2014
Understanding children's reading activities: Reading motivation, skill and child characteristics as predictors
SP McGeown, C Osborne, A Warhurst, R Norgate, LG Duncan
Journal of research in reading 39 (1), 109-125, 2016
Early metalinguistic awareness of derivational morphology: Observations from a comparison of English and French
LG Duncan, S Casalis, P Colé
Applied Psycholinguistics 30 (3), 405-440, 2009
Adolescent reading skill and engagement with digital and traditional literacies as predictors of reading comprehension
LG Duncan, SP McGeown, YM Griffiths, SE Stothard, A Dobai
British Journal of Psychology 107 (2), 209-238, 2016
Differing sequences of metaphonological development in French and English
LG Duncan, P Colé, PHK Seymour, A Magnan
Journal of Child Language 33 (2), 369-399, 2006
Phonological development in relation to native language and literacy: Variations on a theme in six alphabetic orthographies
LG Duncan, SL Castro, S Defior, PHK Seymour, S Baillie, J Leybaert, ...
Cognition 127 (3), 398-419, 2013
Phonemic—Morphemic dissociation in university students with dyslexia: An index of reading compensation?
E Cavalli, LG Duncan, C Elbro, A El Ahmadi, P Colé
Annals of dyslexia 67, 63-84, 2017
Small versus large unit theories of reading acquisition
PHK Seymour, LG Duncan
Dyslexia 3 (3), 125-134, 1997
How language affects children's use of derivational morphology in visual word and pseudoword processing: Evidence from a cross-language study
S Casalis, P Quémart, LG Duncan
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 452, 2015
How does phonological awareness relate to nonword reading skill amongst poor readers?
LG Duncan, RS Johnston
Reading and Writing 11, 405-439, 1999
How do children read multisyllabic words? Some preliminary observations
LG Duncan, PHK Seymour
Journal of Research in Reading 26 (2), 101-120, 2003
Rhymes and phonemes in the common unit task: Replications and implications for beginning reading
PHK Seymour, LG Duncan, FM Bolik
Journal of Research in Reading 22 (2), 113-130, 1999
Learning to read in English
PHK Seymour, LG Duncan
Psychology: The Journal of the Hellenic Psychological Society 8 (3), 281-299, 2001
Exploring the role of bases and suffixes when reading familiar and unfamiliar words: Evidence from French young readers
P Quémart, S Casalis, LG Duncan
Scientific Studies of Reading 16 (5), 424-442, 2012
Cross‐language transfer of orthographic processing skills: A study of French children who learn English at school
E Commissaire, LG Duncan, S Casalis
Journal of Research in Reading 34 (1), 59-76, 2011
Language and reading: The role of morpheme and phoneme awareness
LG Duncan
Current developmental disorders reports 5, 226-234, 2018
What is the influence of morphological knowledge in the early stages of reading acquisition among low SES children? A graphical modeling approach
P Colé, E Cavalli, LG Duncan, A Theurel, E Gentaz, L Sprenger-Charolles, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 547, 2018
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