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Effects of age and duration of reading instruction on the development of phonological awareness, rapid naming, and verbal memory span

Bibliographic reference Korkman, M ; Barron-Linnankoski, S ; Lahti-Nuuttila, P. Effects of age and duration of reading instruction on the development of phonological awareness, rapid naming, and verbal memory span.Annual Meeting of the International-Neuropsychological-Society (CHICAGO(Illinois), Feb 14-17, 1996). In: Developmental Neuropsychology : an international journal of life-span issues in neuropsychology, Vol. 16, no. 3, p. 415-431 (1999)
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