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From the Publisher"In the rapidly burgeoning, cumulative progress that characterizes our field today, this is the compendium that everyone needs. Graduate students and researchers alike will feast on this collection."
Professor Keith E. Stanovich, University of Toronto, Canada
"This authoritative handbook defines the science of reading, reviewing the huge advances in knowledge over the last thirty years in a dazzling display of scholarship. No one interested in the psychology of reading can do without it."
Professor Uta Frith, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London
"At last! The handbook we've all been waiting for - graduate students and seasoned researchers alike - an authoritative, state-of-the-art source-book encompassing all the central topics in the science of reading, with an author list that reads like a Who's Who of basic reading research. The breadth and depth of each of so many seminal reviews confirms the status of reading science as one of the 'trophies' of modern cognitive science. I expect this will remain the definitive work for years to come."
David L. Share, University of Haifa, Israel
“An invaluable reference text for researchers, graduate students and educators with an interest in reading … I recommend the book highly for anyone interested in the state of understanding of reading and its development.”
Fiona Lyddy, The Irish Psychologist