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, 1989) and the more recent triple word form theory (Richards et al., 2006) emphasize the role of the interrelationships between the different word representations (phonologi- cal, orthographic, semantic, andmorphological) in reading and spelling. Over- 34 wengelin and arfé coming the traditional

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In: Writing Development in Struggling Learners

adopted in work on multilingualism and ageing, i.e. a generative approach, and a usage-based approach. For the latter, we also include a section on Complex Dynamic Systems Theory ( CDST ), for the study of language development and change. This perspective is important, since it facilitates the merging of

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Multilingualism and Second Language Acquisition

integrating knowledge about human personality, it still has not been possible to create a psychological theory similar to that of Einstein’s in physics. The universal theory of human being is waiting to be formulated. If this is the case in the face of a relatively researched and known construct of

In: I Believe, So I Am: Reflections on the Psychology of Spirituality

adopted in work on multilingualism and ageing, i.e. a generative approach, and a usage-based approach. For the latter, we also include a section on Complex Dynamic Systems Theory ( CDST ), for the study of language development and change. This perspective is important, since it facilitates the merging of

In: Multilingualism and Ageing