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Frank Manis
Frank Manis
Professor of Psychology, University of Southern California
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On the bases of two subtypes of development dyslexia
FR Manis, MS Seidenberg, LM Doi, C McBride-Chang, A Petersen
Cognition 58 (2), 157-195, 1996
7701996
Prediction of first-grade reading in Spanish-speaking English-language learners.
KA Lindsey, FR Manis, CE Bailey
Journal of educational psychology 95 (3), 482, 2003
6802003
Naming speed, phonological awareness, and orthographic knowledge in second graders
FR Manis, LM Doi, B Bhadha
Journal of learning disabilities 33 (4), 325-333, 2000
6742000
Language deficits in dyslexic children: Speech perception, phonology, and morphology
MF Joanisse, FR Manis, P Keating, MS Seidenberg
Journal of experimental child psychology 77 (1), 30-60, 2000
6282000
See Dick RAN: Rapid naming and the longitudinal prediction of reading subskills in first and second graders
FR Manis, MS Seidenberg, LM Doi
Scientific Studies of reading 3 (2), 129-157, 1999
6031999
Are speech perception deficits associated with developmental dyslexia?
FR Manis, C McBride-Chang, MS Seidenberg, P Keating, LM Doi, ...
Journal of experimental child psychology 66 (2), 211-235, 1997
4841997
Development of reading in grades K–2 in Spanish–speaking English–language learners
FR Manis, KA Lindsey, CE Bailey
Learning Disabilities Research & Practice 19 (4), 214-224, 2004
3942004
Deficits in perceptual noise exclusion in developmental dyslexia
AJ Sperling, ZL Lu, FR Manis, MS Seidenberg
Nature neuroscience 8 (7), 862-863, 2005
3622005
Structural invariance in the associations of naming speed, phonological awareness, and verbal reasoning in good and poor readers: A test of the double deficit hypothesis
C McBride-Chang, FR Manis
Reading and Writing 8, 323-339, 1996
3241996
Development of phonological and orthographic skill: A 2-year longitudinal study of dyslexic children
FR Manis, R Custodio, PA Szeszulski
Journal of experimental child psychology 56 (1), 64-86, 1993
3161993
A longitudinal analysis of English language learners’ word decoding and reading comprehension
J Nakamoto, KA Lindsey, FR Manis
Reading and Writing 20, 691-719, 2007
2682007
Acquisition of word identification skills in normal and disabled readers.
FR Manis
Journal of Educational psychology 77 (1), 78, 1985
2081985
A cross-linguistic investigation of English language learners' reading comprehension in English and Spanish
J Nakamoto, KA Lindsey, FR Manis
Scientific Studies of Reading 12 (4), 351-371, 2008
2052008
Neuroanatomical precursors of dyslexia identified from pre-reading through to age 11
KA Clark, T Helland, K Specht, KL Narr, FR Manis, AW Toga, K Hugdahl
Brain 137 (12), 3136-3141, 2014
1992014
Motion-perception deficits and reading impairment: it's the noise, not the motion
AJ Sperling, ZL Lu, FR Manis, MS Seidenberg
Psychological Science 17 (12), 1047-1053, 2006
1622006
Print exposure as a predictor of word reading and reading comprehension in disabled and nondisabled readers.
C McBride-Chang, FR Manis, MS Seidenberg, RG Custodio
Journal of Educational Psychology 85 (2), 230, 1993
1621993
Developmental differences in the allocation of processing capacity
FR Manis, DP Keating, FJ Morrison
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 29 (1), 156-169, 1980
1241980
Sensitivity to orthographic familiarity in the occipito-temporal region
JL Bruno, A Zumberge, FR Manis, ZL Lu, JG Goldman
Neuroimage 39 (4), 1988-2001, 2008
1232008
Cognitive functioning, neurologic status and brain imaging in classical galactosemia
FR Kaufman, C McBride-Chang, FR Manis, JA Wolff, MD Nelson
European Journal of Pediatrics 154, S2-S5, 1995
1161995
Selective magnocellular deficits in dyslexia: a “phantom contour” study
AJ Sperling, Z Lu, FR Manis, MS Seidenberg
Neuropsychologia 41 (10), 1422-1429, 2003
1082003
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