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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 20 No 3 2003: Memory and education

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 20 No 3 2003: Memory and education

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme of this issue is Memory and education.




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Susan J. Pickering

Individual differences in semantic and structural errors in children's memory for sentences
Catherine M. Marshall & Kate Nation

The relationship between working memory and early writing assessed at the word, sentence and text level
Lourna Bourke & Anne-Marie Adams

Short-term memory and literacy performance: A cross-language perspective
Ian Smythe, John Everatt, Éva Gyarmathy, Connie Suk-Han Ho & John Groeger

Relationships between working memory, expressive vocabulary and arithmetical reasoning in children with and without intellectual disabilities
Lucy A. Henry & Morag MacLean

Visuospatial working memory and early numeracy
Minna Kyttälä, Pirjo Aunio, Juhani Lehto, Johannes Van Luit & Jarko Hautamäki

Relationships between facets of working memory and performance on a curriculum-based mathematics test in children
Murray T. Maybery & Nhi Do

The effects of phonological and visuospatial interference on children's arithmetical performance
Bruce McKenzie, Rebecca Bull & Colin Gray

Working memory assessments at school entry as longitudinal predictors of National Curriculum attainment levels
Susan E. Gathercole, Leanne Brown & Susan J. Pickering

Verbal and non-verbal working memory and achievements on National Curriculum tests at 11 and 14 years of age
Helen Jarvis & Susan E. Gathercole


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