Search Results

Spelling and Writing Words

Theoretical and Methodological Advances

Series:

Edited by Cyril Perret and Thierry Olive

Spelling and Writing Words: Theoretical and Methodological Advances provides a set of contributions about how individuals write words. Understanding word production is of major importance as it allows understanding how words -the basic elements of written language- are stored in the writers’ brain and how do writers select the spelling of a word.
<
The theoretical chapters address hot topics in the field such as the role of phonology in writing, bilingualism, language disorders, orthographic acquisition, and the influence of handwriting on reading. The methodological chapters address individual differences, how to measure handwriting performance in different handwriting styles, and neuroscientific approaches. The concluding chapters explore the future of written word production research.

Series:

Cyril Perret and Thierry Olive

Series:

Edited by Cyril Perret and Thierry Olive

Series:

Edited by Cyril Perret and Thierry Olive

Series:

Edited by Cyril Perret and Thierry Olive

Edited by Raquel Fidalgo Redondo and Thierry Olive

Studies in Writing aims for multiple perspectives of writing, education and texts. The series provides a collection of theoretical and empirical insights into the foundations of writing, and learning and teaching processes in written composition. The series aims to cover theoretical issues, supported by both quantitative and qualitative empirical research and representing a wide range of nationalities. Studies in Writing provides a forum for research from established researchers, as well as contributions from young scholars. Fields of research covered are cognitive, socio-cognitive and developmental psychology, psycholinguistics, text linguistics, curriculum development and instructional science. The series was founded by Gert Rijlaarsdam and Eric Espéret in 1994. It was pursued by Gert Rijlaarsdam until 2014, becoming a reference in the field of writing research.

The series published an average of two volumes per year over the last 5 years.

Series:

Lucie Beauvais, Monik Favart, Jean-Michel Passerault and Thierry Olive

Series:

Nathalie Le Bigot, Jean-Michel Passerault and Thierry Olive