Reading And Writing Acquisition
A Developmental Neuropsychological Perspective
This book discusses the theoretical rationale for the research on reading and writing from a developmental neuropsychological perspective. It reviews current research on the structural and functional development of the brain with respect to reading and writing acquisition.
Table of Contents
Preface -- Theoretical Foundations -- Defining the Developmental Neuropsychological -- Biological Constraints on Reading and Writing Acquisition -- Educational Constraints on Reading and Writing Acquisition -- Research on Reading and Writing Acquisition from the Developmental Neuropsychological Perspective -- Introduction to Part II and Multiple Connections and Multiple Procedures for Reading and Spelling Single Words -- Levels of Language and Intraindividual Differences in Levels of Language in Reading Comprehension and Composition -- Multiple Constraints and Shared Subsystems in Writing Acquisition -- Implications of the Developmental Neuropsychological Perspective for Assessing, Preventing, and Remediating Reading and Writing Disabilities
Virgina Wise Berninger