Minna Torppa
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A candidate gene for developmental dyslexia encodes a nuclear tetratricopeptide repeat domain protein dynamically regulated in brain
M Taipale, N Kaminen, J Nopola-Hemmi, T Haltia, B Myllyluoma, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (20), 11553-11558, 2003
Very early phonological and language skills: Estimating individual risk of reading disability
A Puolakanaho, T Ahonen, M Aro, K Eklund, PHT Leppänen, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 48 (9), 923-931, 2007
Language development, literacy skills, and predictive connections to reading in Finnish children with and without familial risk for dyslexia
M Torppa, P Lyytinen, J Erskine, K Eklund, H Lyytinen
Journal of learning disabilities 43 (4), 308-321, 2010
The development of children at familial risk for dyslexia: Birth to early school age
H Lyytinen, M Aro, K Eklund, J Erskine, T Guttorm, ML Laakso, ...
Annals of dyslexia 54, 184-220, 2004
Trajectories of reading development: A follow-up from birth to school age of children with and without risk for dyslexia
H Lyytinen, J Erskine, A Tolvanen, M Torppa, AM Poikkeus, P Lyytinen
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 514-546, 2006
Predicting delayed letter knowledge development and its relation to grade 1 reading achievement among children with and without familial risk for dyslexia.
M Torppa, AM Poikkeus, ML Laakso, K Eklund, H Lyytinen
Developmental psychology 42 (6), 1128, 2006
Longitudinal predictors of reading and spelling across languages varying in orthographic consistency
GK Georgiou, M Torppa, G Manolitsis, H Lyytinen, R Parrila
Reading and Writing 25, 321-346, 2012
Reading development subtypes and their early characteristics
M Torppa, A Tolvanen, AM Poikkeus, K Eklund, MK Lerkkanen, ...
Annals of dyslexia 57, 3-32, 2007
Developmental links of very early phonological and language skills to second grade reading outcomes: Strong to accuracy but only minor to fluency
A Puolakanaho, T Ahonen, M Aro, K Eklund, PHT Leppänen, ...
Journal of Learning disabilities 41 (4), 353-370, 2008
Early development of children at familial risk for Dyslexia—follow‐up from birth to school age
H Lyytinen, T Ahonen, K Eklund, T Guttorm, P Kulju, ML Laakso, M Leiwo, ...
Dyslexia 10 (3), 146-178, 2004
Leisure reading (but not any kind) and reading comprehension support each other—A longitudinal study across grades 1 and 9
M Torppa, P Niemi, K Vasalampi, MK Lerkkanen, A Tolvanen, ...
Child development 91 (3), 876-900, 2020
A genome scan for developmental dyslexia confirms linkage to chromosome 2p11 and suggests a new locus on 7q32
N Kaminen, K Hannula-Jouppi, M Kestilä, P Lahermo, K Muller, ...
Journal of medical genetics 40 (5), 340-345, 2003
Dyslexia—Early identification and prevention: Highlights from the Jyväskylä longitudinal study of dyslexia
H Lyytinen, J Erskine, J Hämäläinen, M Torppa, M Ronimus
Current developmental disorders reports 2, 330-338, 2015
Examining the simple view of reading in a transparent orthography: A longitudinal study from kindergarten to grade 3
M Torppa, GK Georgiou, MK Lerkkanen, P Niemi, AM Poikkeus, JE Nurmi
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-) 62 (2), 179-206, 2016
The double deficit hypothesis in the transparent Finnish orthography: A longitudinal study from kindergarten to Grade 2
M Torppa, R Parrila, P Niemi, MK Lerkkanen, AM Poikkeus, JE Nurmi
Reading and Writing 26, 1353-1380, 2013
Literacy skill development of children with familial risk for dyslexia through grades 2, 3, and 8.
K Eklund, M Torppa, M Aro, PHT Leppänen, H Lyytinen
Journal of Educational Psychology 107 (1), 126, 2015
Modeling the early paths of phonological awareness and factors supporting its development in children with and without familial risk of dyslexia
M Torppa, AM Poikkeus, ML Laakso, A Tolvanen, E Leskinen, ...
Scientific Studies of Reading 11 (2), 73-103, 2007
Counting and rapid naming predict the fluency of arithmetic and reading skills
T Koponen, P Salmi, M Torppa, K Eklund, T Aro, M Aro, AM Poikkeus, ...
Contemporary Educational Psychology 44, 83-94, 2016
Subjective health literacy: Development of a brief instrument for school-aged children
O Paakkari, M Torppa, L Kannas, L Paakkari
Scandinavian journal of public health 44 (8), 751-757, 2016
Why do boys and girls perform differently on PISA Reading in Finland? The effects of reading fluency, achievement behaviour, leisure reading and homework activity
M Torppa, K Eklund, S Sulkunen, P Niemi, T Ahonen
Journal of research in reading 41 (1), 122-139, 2018
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