David Share
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Phonological recoding and self-teaching: Sine qua non of reading acquisition
DL Share
Cognition 55 (2), 151-218, 1995
Sources of individual differences in reading acquisition.
DL Share, AF Jorm, R Maclean, R Matthews
Journal of educational Psychology 76 (6), 1309, 1984
On the Anglocentricities of current reading research and practice: the perils of overreliance on an" outlier" orthography.
DL Share
Psychological bulletin 134 (4), 584, 2008
Cognitive processes in early reading development: Accommodating individual differences into a model of acquisition
DL Share, KE Stanovich
Issues in Education 1, 1-57, 1995
Phonological recoding and orthographic learning: A direct test of the self-teaching hypothesis
DL Share
Journal of experimental child psychology 72 (2), 95-129, 1999
An invited article: Phonological recoding and reading acquisition
AF Jorm, DL Share
Applied psycholinguistics 4 (2), 103-147, 1983
Orthographic learning at a glance: On the time course and developmental onset of self-teaching
DL Share
Journal of experimental child psychology 87 (4), 267-298, 2004
Orthographic learning during reading: Examining the role of self-teaching
AE Cunningham, KE Perry, KE Stanovich, DL Share
Journal of experimental child psychology 82 (3), 185-199, 2002
Evidence for superior orthographic skills in dyslexics
LS Siegel, D Share, E Geva
Psychological science 6 (4), 250-254, 1995
Attention deficit disorder-hyperactivity and academic failure: Which comes first and what should be treated?
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 27 (3), 318-325, 1988
On the contribution of kindergarten writing to grade 1 literacy: A longitudinal study in Hebrew
E Shatil, DL Share, I Levin
Applied Psycholinguistics 21 (1), 1-21, 2000
The relationship between specific reading retardation, general reading backwardness and behavioural problems in a large sample of Dunedin boys: A longitudinal study from five …
R McGee, S Williams, DL Share, J Anderson, PA Silva
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 27 (5), 597-610, 1986
Effects of listening to story reading on aspects of literacy acquisition in a diglossic situation
D Feitelson, Z Goldstein, J Iraqi, DL Share
Reading research quarterly, 71-79, 1993
Knowing letter names and learning letter sounds: A causal connection
DL Share
Journal of experimental child psychology 88 (3), 213-233, 2004
Word recognition and basic cognitive processes among reading-disabled and normal readers in Arabic
S Abu-Rabia, D Share, MS Mansour
Reading and writing 16 (5), 423-442, 2003
Orthographic learning, phonological recoding, and self-teaching
DL Share
Advances in child development and behavior 36, 31-82, 2008
Cognitive factors at school entry predictive of specific reading retardation and general reading backwardness: A research note
AF Jorm, DL Share, R Maclean, R Matthews
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 27 (1), 45-54, 1986
Learning to read and write in Hebrew
DL Share, I Levin
Learning to read and write: A cross-linguistic perspective, 89-111, 1999
Behaviour problems in specific reading retarded and general reading backward children: A longitudinal study
AF Jorm, DL Share, R Matthews, R Maclean
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 27 (1), 33-43, 1986
Spelling as a self‐teaching mechanism in orthographic learning
D Shahar‐Yames, DL Share
Journal of research in reading 31 (1), 22-39, 2008
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