Suzanne E. Mol
Suzanne E. Mol
Leiden University, the Netherlands
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To read or not to read: A meta-analysis of print exposure from infancy to early adulthood
SE Mol, AG Bus
Psychological bulletin 137 (2), 267-296, 2011
Added value of dialogic parent–child book readings: A meta-analysis
SE Mol, AG Bus, MT de Jong, DJH Smeets
Early Education and Development 19 (1), 7-26, 2008
Interactive book reading in early education: A tool to stimulate print knowledge as well as oral language
SE Mol, AG Bus, MT de Jong
Review of Educational Research 79 (2), 979-1007, 2009
Sharing information books with kindergartners: The role of parents’ extra-textual talk and socioeconomic status
SE Mol, SB Neuman
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 29 (2014), 399-410, 2014
Reading enjoyment amongst non-leisure readers can affect achievement in secondary school
SE Mol, J Jolles
Frontiers in Psychology 5 (1214), 2014
The Role of Home Literacy Environment, Mentalizing, Expressive Verbal Ability, and Print Exposure in Third and Fourth Graders’ Reading Comprehension
IE Boerma, SE Mol, J Jolles
Scientific Studies of Reading 21 (3), 179-193, 2017
Lezen loont een leven lang: De rol van vrijetijdslezen in de taal-en leesontwikkeling van kinderen en jongeren
SE Mol, AG Bus
Levende Talen Tijdschrift 12 (3), 3-15, 2011
Reading pictures for story comprehension requires mental imagery skills
IE Boerma, SE Mol, J Jolles
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1630, 2016
Teacher Perceptions Affect Boys’ and Girls’ Reading Motivation Differently
IE Boerma, SE Mol, J Jolles
Reading Psychology 37 (4), 547-569, 2016
To read or not to read
SE Mol
https://scholarlypublications.universiteitleiden.nl/handle/1887/16211, 2010
Attentional bias toward reading in reluctant readers
TMJ Nielen, SE Mol, MT Sikkema-de Jong, AG Bus
Contemporary Educational Psychology 46, 263-271, 2016
Parents adjust the quality of their home literacy environment to the reading interest of their third to sixth graders
IE Boerma, SE Mol, J Jolles
Parenting 18 (4), 243-261, 2018
From ABCs to DVDs: Profiles of infants' home media environments in the first two years of life
SE Mol, SB Neuman, GA Strouse
Early Child Development and Care 184 (8), 1250-1266, 2014
Attitude profiles explain differences in pre-service teachers' reading behavior and competence beliefs
I Vansteelandt, SE Mol, D Caelen, I Landuyt, M Mommaerts
Learning and Individual Differences 54, 109-115, 2017
In pursuit of beginning teachers’ competence in promoting reading motivation: A mixed-methods study into the impact of a continuing professional development program
I Vansteelandt, SE Mol, R Vanderlinde, MK Lerkkanen, H Van Keer
Teaching and Teacher Education 96, 103154, 2020
AG Bus, MH van IJzendoorn, SE Mol
Literacy research methodologies (2nd Edition), 270-300, 2010
Design principles for professionalizing primary school teachers on promoting reading motivation
I Vansteelandt, SE Mol, H Van Keer
L1 Educational Studies in Language and Literature 19, 1-26, 2019
Early adolescents' and their parents' mental imagery in relation to perceived reading competence
SE Mol, J Jolles, T Van Batenburg‐Eddes, MK Bult
Journal of Research in Reading, 2015
Een vroeg begin is het halve werk: De rol van vrijetijdslezen in de taal- en leesontwikkeling van kinderen en jongeren
SE Mol, AG Bus
Waarom zou je (nú) lezen; Nieuwe inzichten over de functies van lezen 20, 91-110, 2011
Waarom veel kinderen en adolescenten niet meer lezen
TMJ Nielen, SE Mol, AG Bus
4W: Weten Wat Werkt voor Wie 4 (1), 5-13, 2015
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