The Research Behind the Phono-Graphix Reading Method
Listed below are some of the most influential references and scholarly articles upon which the Phono-Graphix Reading Method is based. They cover various areas of investigation and bodies of knowledge in Linguistics and Language Theory, Psychology, Auditory Processing, Developmental Kinesiology, and Neuroscience.
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Alexander, A. W., Andersen, H. G., Heilman, P. C., Voeller, K. K., and Torgesen, J. K. 1991. Phonological awareness training and remediation of analytic decoding deficits in a group of severe dyslexics. Annals of Dyslexia 41:193-206.
Ball, E. W., and Blachman, B. A. 1988. Phoneme segmentation training: Effect on reading readiness. Annals of Dyslexia 38:208-25.
Ben-Dror, Frost, R., and Bentin, S. 1995. Orthographic representation and phonemic segmentation in skilled readers: A cross-language comparison. Psychological Science 6:176-81.
Bradley, L., and Bryant, P. E. 1978. Difficulties in auditory organization as a possible cause of reading backwardness. Nature 271:746-47.
Bradley, L., and Bryant, P. E. 1985. Rhyme and Reason in Reading and Spelling. Ann Arbor; University of Michigan Press.
Calfee, R., Lindamood, P., and Lindamood, C. 1973. Acoustic and phonetic skills and reading: Kindergarten through twelfth grade. Journal of Educational Psychology 64:293-98.
Ceci, S., and Roazzi, A. 1994. The effects of context on cognition. In R. J. Stemberg and R. K. Wagner (eds.). Mind in Context: Interactionist Perspectives on Human Intelligence. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Chall, J. 1967/1983. Learning to Read: The Great Debate. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Coulmas, F. 1989. The Writing Systems of the World. Oxford: Blackwell.
Dale, N. 1898. On the Teaching of English Reading. London: J. M. Dent and Co.
Dale, N. 1902. Further Notes on the Teaching of English Reading. London: Philip and Son.
Fletcher, M., Shaywitz, S. E., Shankweiler, D. P., Katz, L., Uberman, I. Y., Stuebing, K. K., Francis, D. J., Fowler, A. E., and Shaywitz, B. A. 1994. Cognitive profiles of reading disability: Comparison of discrepancy and low achievement definitions. Journal of Educational Psychology 86:6-23.
Fox, B., and Routh, D. K. 1975. Analyzing spoken language into words, syllables and phonemes: A developmental study. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 4:331-42.
Healey, F. 1990. The Early Alphabet. London: The British Museum.
Henry, M. K., 1989. Children's word structure knowledge: Implications for decoding and spelling instruction. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal 2:135-52.
Howard, M. 1982. Utilizing oral-motor feedback in auditory conceptualization. Journal of Educational Neuropsychology 2:24-35.
Kramer, S. N. 1963. The Sumerians. Chicago: Chicago University Press.
Liberman, A. M., Cooper, F. S., Shankweiler, D. P., and Studdert-Kennedy, M. 1967. Perception of the speech code. Psychological Review 74:431-61.
Lindamood, G. H., and Lindamood, P. C. 1969/1975. Auditory Discrimination in Depth. Alien, TX: DLM.
Lundberg, I., OIofsson, A., and Wall, S. 1980. Reading and spelling skills in the first two years predicted from phonemic awareness skills in kindergarten. Scandanavian Journal of Psychology 21:159-73.
McGuinness, D. 1981. Auditory and motor aspects of language development in males and females. In A. Ansara, N. Geswind, A. Galaburda, M. Albert, and N. Gartress (eds.). Sex Differences in Dyslexia. Towson, MD; The Orton Dyslexia Society.
McGuinness, D. 1985. When Children Don’t Learn. New York: Basic Books.
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McGuinness, D., and McGuinness, C. 1991. Application, of Lindamood ADD program in the remediation of children with learning disabilities. Paper presented at the National Montessori Conference. Boston, November 1991.
McGuinness, D., McGuinness, C., and Donohue. 1995. Phonological awareness and the alphabet principle: Evidence for reciprocal causality. Reading Research Quarterly 30:830-52.
Morais, Cary, L., Alegria, and Bertelson, P. 1979. Does awareness of speech as a sequence of phones arise spontaneously? Cognition 7:323-31.
Ogden, S., Hindman, S., and Turner, S. D. 1989. Multisensory programs in the public schools: A brighter future for LD children. Annals of Dyslexia 39:247-67.
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Shankweiler, D., Uberman, I. Y., Mark, L. S., Fowler, C. A., and Fischer, F. W. 1979. The speech code and learning to read. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory 5:531-44.
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Stanovich, K. E., Cunninghan, A. E., and Cramer, B. 1984. Assessing phonological awareness in kindergarten children: Issues of task compatability. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 38:175-90.
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Vandervelden, M. C., and Siegel, L. S. 1995. Phonological recoding and phoneme awareness in early literacy: A developmental approach. Reading Research Quarterly 30:854-75.
Wagner, R. K., and Torgesen, J. K. 1987. The nature of phonological processing and its causal role in the acquisition of reading skills. Psychological Bulletin 101:192-212.
Woodcock, R. W. 1987. Woodcock Reading Mastery Tests - Revised. Circle Pines: American Guidance Service.
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