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Reading Failure in a Completely Transparent Orthography Representing a Morphologically Highly Complex Agglutinative Language: the Case of Turkish
(SPRINGER/PLENUM PUBLISHERS, 2019-10)
This study investigates differences in the word processing skills of students with and without reading difficulties who read Turkish, an entirely transparent orthography. Thirty-five students diagnosed as poor readers and ...
Examining the Role of Morphological Awareness Skills on the Reading Process from a Developmental Perspective: Evidence from Deaf and Hearing Readers
(ANKARA UNIV, 2019)
This research is a descriptive study aimed at examining the role of morphological awareness skills of deaf and hearing students on the reading process from a developmental perspective. A total of 141 students (67 deaf and ...