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Rebecca Treiman
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The English lexicon project
DA Balota, MJ Yap, KA Hutchison, MJ Cortese, B Kessler, B Loftis, ...
Behavior research methods 39 (3), 445-459, 2007
29452007
Beginning to spell: A study of first-grade children
R Treiman
Oxford University Press on Demand, 1993
12731993
The special role of rimes in the description, use, and acquisition of English orthography.
R Treiman, J Mullennix, R Bijeljac-Babic, ED Richmond-Welty
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 124 (2), 107, 1995
7321995
Levels of phonological awareness
R Treiman, A Zukowski
Phonological processes in literacy, 95-112, 2013
7162013
Onsets and rimes as units of spoken syllables: Evidence from children
R Treiman
Journal of experimental child psychology 39 (1), 161-181, 1985
6601985
The role of intrasyllabic units in learning to read and spell
R Treiman
Reading acquisition, 65-106, 2017
5422017
Phonological awareness and spelling in normal children and dyslexics: The case of initial consonant clusters
M Bruck, R Treiman
Journal of experimental child psychology 50 (1), 156-178, 1990
5231990
The beginnings of orthographic knowledge: Children's knowledge of double letters in words.
M Cassar, R Treiman
Journal of educational psychology 89 (4), 631, 1997
4951997
Brown & Hanlon revisited: Mothers' sensitivity to ungrammatical forms
K Hirsh-Pasek, R Treiman, M Schneiderman
Journal of child language 11 (1), 81-88, 1984
4671984
The structure of spoken syllables: Evidence from novel word games
R Treiman
Cognition 15 (1-3), 49-74, 1983
4321983
The development of spelling skill
R Treiman, DC Bourassa
Topics in language disorders 20 (3), 1-18, 2000
4092000
The foundations of literacy: Learning the sounds of letters
R Treiman, R Tincoff, K Rodriguez, A Mouzaki, DJ Francis
Child development 69 (6), 1524-1540, 1998
3671998
Syllabification of intervocalic consonants
R Treiman, C Danis
Journal of memory and language 27 (1), 87-104, 1988
3581988
Segmental analysis ability: Development and relation to reading ability
R Treiman, J Baron
Reading research: Advances in theory and practice 3, 159-198, 1981
3511981
Children's sensitivity to syllables, onsets, rimes, and phonemes
R Treiman, A Zukowski
Journal of experimental child psychology 61 (3), 193-215, 1996
3421996
Syllable structure and the distribution of phonemes in English syllables
B Kessler, R Treiman
Journal of Memory and language 37 (3), 295-311, 1997
3381997
Not all nonwords are alike: Implications for reading development and theory
R Treiman, U Goswami, M Bruck
Memory & Cognition 18 (6), 559-567, 1990
3071990
Why spelling? The benefits of incorporating spelling into beginning reading instruction
R Treiman
Word recognition in beginning literacy, 289-313, 1998
3041998
Phonemic-analysis training helps children benefit from spelling-sound rules
R Treiman, J Baron
Memory & Cognition 11 (4), 382-389, 1983
3021983
Effects of morphology on children's spelling of final consonant clusters
R Treiman, M Cassar
Journal of experimental child psychology 63 (1), 141-170, 1996
2931996
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