Table of Contents

pt. 1: Neurological/genetic perspectives. The origin of dyslexia: The asynchrony phenomenon / Zvia Breznitz.
Some special issues concerning the genetics of dyslexia: revisiting multivariate profiles, comorbidities and genetic correlations / Jeffrey W. Gilger.
The neurobiological basis of dyslexia / John Stein.
Dyslexia and the cerebellum / Angela J. Fawcett and Roderick I. Nicolson.
Familial predictors of dyslexia: Evidence from preschool children with and without familial dyslexia risk / Dennis L. Molfese ... [et al.].
Early identification and prevention of dyslexia: results from a prospective follow-up study of children at familial risk for dyslexia / Heikki Lyytinen with Jane Erskine ... [et al.].
pt. 2: Cognitive and learning perspectives. Exploring heterogeneity in developmental dyslexia: a longitudinal investigation / Frank Manis and Caroline E. Bailey.
Rediscovering dyslexia: new approaches for identification classification / Richard K. Wagner.
Learning, cognition and dyslexia / Roderick I. Nicolson and Angela J. Fawcett.
A review of the evidence on morphological processing in dyslexics and poor readers: a strength or weakness? / S. Héléne Deacon, Rauno Parrila and John R. Kirby. pt. 3: Educational influences. Reading intervention research: an integrative framework / William E. Tunmer and Keith T. Greaney.
Assessment of literacy performance based on the componential model of reading / R. Malatesha Joshi and P.G. Aaron.
The definition of learning disabilities: Who is the individual with learning disabilities? / Linda D. Siegel and Orly Lipka.
Students with phonological dyslexia in school-based programs: insights from Tennessee schools / Diane J. Sawyer and Stuart Bernstein.
Individual tutoring for struggling readers: moving research to scale with interventions implemented by paraeducators / Patricia F. Vadasy and Elizabeth A. Sanders.
Dyslexia friendly primary schools: What can we learn from asking the pupils? / Mary Coffield ... [et al.].
Dyslexia and learning styles: overcoming the barriers to learning / Gavin Reid and Iva Strnadova.
Dyslexia and inclusion in the secondary school- cross curricular perspectives / Moira Thomson.
Dyslexia and self-concept: a review of past research with implications for future action / Robert Burden.
Role of parents / Gavin Reid, Shannon Green and Corey Zylstra.
pt. 4: Dyslexia and different languages. Dyslexia in different orthographies: variability in transparency / John Everatt and Gad Elbeheri.
Dyslexia and foreign language learning / Michael Dal.
pt. 5: Beyond school. Adults with learning disabilities and self-disclosure in higher education and beyond / Lynda A. Price and Paul J. Gerber.
Dyslexia: workplace issues / Gavin Reid, Fil Came and Lynda A. Price. "'The SAGE Handbook of Dyslexia' is a comprehensive overview of a complex field. It is a rich, critical assessment of past and present theory and current research, which also looks to the future. The editors have brought together key figures from the international academic world - both researchers and practitioners - to examine the relationships between theoretical paradigms, research and practice, and to map new areas of research."--Publisher's website.