Society for the Scientific Study of Reading: Faculty and Doctoral Presentations at 25th Annual Meeting
Faculty and doctoral students presented at the 25th annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading (SSSR), held July 17-20, 2019, in Toronto, Canada. Faculty presenters included Professors Carol Connor, Young-Suk Grace Kim, and Deborah Vandell and Postdoctoral Scholar Ashley Adams. Ph.D. student presenters included Yucheng Cao, Alissa Wolters, Taffeta Wood, and Elham Zargar. "The Society for the Scientific Study of Reading (SSSR) was created in 1993 by Ronald P. Carver. The purpose of SSSR is to promote the scientific study of reading and to disseminate information about reading and related areas such as language and literacy."
Click on the titles below, organized alphabetically, to access the presentation abstracts.
Observing Individual Children in Early Childhood Classrooms Using OLOS: Optimizing Learning Opportunities for Students
Authors: Elham Zargar, Carol Connor, Ashley Adams, Taffeta Wood, Belinda Hernandez, Deborah Vandell
The Relation between Reading Prosody and Reading Comprehension
Authors: Alissa Wolters, Young-Suk Grace Kim
The Relation between Retell and Reading Comprehension: A Meta-Analysis
Authors: Yucheng Cao, Young-Suk Grace Kim
Relations among 2nd and 3rd Grade Students' Social Skills, Inhibitory Control and Genre Writing
Authors: Taffeta Wood, Young-Suk Grace Kim, Elham Zargar, Sarah Siegal, Carol Connor
The Role of Oral and Manual Fine Motor Skills in Predicting Language and Reading Performance among Dual Language Learners
Authors: Ashley Adams, Maria Adelaida Restrepo, Beate Peter, Erin Walker, Arthur Glenberg
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