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Ansari, D; Donlan, C; Karmiloff-Smith, A; (2004) The importance of low-level representational deficits in developmental impairments of numerical cognition: Evidence from Williams syndrome. INT J PSYCHOL , 39 (5-6) 260 - 260.


Bloch, S; Wilkinson, R; (2004) The understandability of AAC: A conversation analysis study of acquired dysarthria. Augmentative and Alternative Communication , 20 (4) pp. 272-282. 10.1080/07434610400005614.


Green, S; Pring, L; Swettenham, J; (2004) An investigation of first-order false belief understanding of children with congenital profound visual impairment. British Journal of Developmental Psychology , 22 (1) pp. 1-17. 10.1348/026151004772901087.


Hatcher, PJ; Hulme, C; Snowling, MJ; (2004) Explicit phoneme training combined with phonic reading instruction helps young children at risk of reading failure. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry , 45 pp. 338-358.

Hulme, C; Surprenant, AM; Bireta, TJ; Stuart, G; Neath, I; (2004) Abolishing the word length effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory & Cognition , 30 pp. 98-106.


Milne, E; Swettenham, J; Campbell, R; Coleman, M; (2004) Degree of global/local processing is related to coherent motion detection in autism. Presented at: International Meeting for Autism Research IMFAR, Sacremento.

Muter, V; Hulme, C; Snowling, MJ; Stevenson, J; (2004) Phonemes, rimes and language skills as foundations of early reading development: Evidence from a longitudinal study. Developmental Psychology , 40 pp. 663-681.


Newton, E; Donlan, C; Cowan, R; Lloyd, D; (2004) The role of language in the development of numeracy; evidence from children with Specific Language Impairments. INT J PSYCHOL , 39 (5-6) 260 - 260.


Sacchett, C; Humphreys, G; (2004) Calling a squirrel a squirrel but a canoe a wigwam: a category-specific deficit for artefactual objects and body parts. In: Balota, D and Marsh, E, (eds.) Cognitive Psychology: Key readings. (pp. 100-109). Psychology Press: New York.


Wilkinson, R; (2004) Reflecting on talk in speech and language therapy: some contributions using conversation analysis. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders , 39 (4) pp. 497-503.

Wright, JA; Wood, J; Stackhouse, J; (2004) Early Years Language and Literacy. In: Thomson, M, (ed.) Dyslexia: Perspectives for Classroom Practitioners. (pp. 117-119). British Dyslexia Association: Reading.

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