Kate Nation
Kate Nation
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Beyond phonological skills: Broader language skills contribute to the development of reading
K Nation, MJ Snowling
Journal of research in reading 27 (4), 342-356, 2004
7712004
Semantic processing and the development of word-recognition skills: Evidence from children with reading comprehension difficulties
K Nation, MJ Snowling
Journal of memory and language 39 (1), 85-101, 1998
7051998
Phoneme awareness is a better predictor of early reading skill than onset-rime awareness
C Hulme, PJ Hatcher, K Nation, A Brown, J Adams, G Stuart
Journal of experimental child psychology 82 (1), 2-28, 2002
6062002
Hidden language impairments in children
K Nation, P Clarke, CM Marshall, M Durand
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2004
6002004
Patterns of reading ability in children with autism spectrum disorder
K Nation, P Clarke, B Wright, C Williams
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 36 (7), 911, 2006
5902006
Working memory deficits in poor comprehenders reflect underlying language impairments
K Nation, JW Adams, CA Bowyer-Crane, MJ Snowling
Journal of experimental child psychology 73 (2), 139-158, 1999
5071999
Children’s reading comprehension difficulties
K Cain
Contemporary perspectives on reading and spelling, 2005
5012005
Individual differences in contextual facilitation: Evidence from dyslexia and poor reading comprehension
K Nation, MJ Snowling
Child development 69 (4), 996-1011, 1998
4401998
Vocabulary is important for some, but not all reading skills
J Ricketts, K Nation, DVM Bishop
Scientific Studies of Reading 11 (3), 235-257, 2007
4242007
Phonemic segmentation, not onset‐rime segmentation, predicts early reading and spelling skills
K Nation, C Hulme
Reading Research Quarterly 32 (2), 154-167, 1997
4021997
Assessing reading difficulties: The validity and utility of current measures of reading skill
K Nation, M Snowling
British Journal of Educational Psychology 67 (3), 359-370, 1997
3761997
A longitudinal investigation of early reading and language skills in children with poor reading comprehension
K Nation, J Cocksey, JSH Taylor, DVM Bishop
Journal of child Psychology and Psychiatry 51 (9), 1031-1039, 2010
3552010
Developmental differences in sensitivity to semantic relations among good and poor comprehenders: Evidence from semantic priming
K Nation, MJ Snowling
Cognition 70 (1), B1-B13, 1999
3451999
Factors influencing syntactic awareness skills in normal readers and poor comprehenders
K Nation, MJ Snowling
Applied psycholinguistics 21 (2), 229-241, 2000
3422000
Sensitivity to eye gaze in autism: is it normal? Is it automatic? Is it social?
K Nation, S Penny
Development and psychopathology 20 (1), 79-97, 2008
3112008
Ending the reading wars: Reading acquisition from novice to expert
A Castles, K Rastle, K Nation
Psychological Science in the Public Interest 19 (1), 5-51, 2018
2562018
Why reading comprehension fails: Insights from developmental disorders
K Nation, CF Norbury
Topics in language disorders 25 (1), 21-32, 2005
2552005
Orthographic learning via self-teaching in children learning to read English: Effects of exposure, durability, and context
K Nation, P Angell, A Castles
Journal of experimental child psychology 96 (1), 71-84, 2007
2402007
Phonological processing skills of dyslexic students in higher education: A preliminary report
M Snowling, K Nation, P Moxham, A Gallagher, U Frith
Journal of Research in Reading 20 (1), 31-41, 1997
2361997
Eye‐movement patterns are associated with communicative competence in autistic spectrum disorders
CF Norbury, J Brock, L Cragg, S Einav, H Griffiths, K Nation
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 50 (7), 834-842, 2009
2352009
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