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  1. Reading for comprehension in individuals with down syndrome, autism spectrum disorder and typical development: Similar or different patterns of ability?

    Roch, M., Cain, K. & Jarrold, C., 22/06/2021, In: Brain Sciences. 11, 7, 17 p., 828.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articlepeer-review

  2. Cross-sectional Study of the Contribution of Rhetorical Competence to Children’s Expository Text Comprehension between Third- and Sixth-Grade

    Garcia, J. R., Sanchez, E., Cain, K. & Montoya, J. M., 1/04/2019, In: Learning and Individual Differences. 71, p. 31-42 12 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articlepeer-review

  3. Are working memory and behavioral attention equally important for both reading and listening comprehension? A developmental comparison

    Language and Reading Research Consortium, Jiang, H. & Farquharson, K., 09/2018, In: Reading and Writing. 31, 7, p. 1449-1477 29 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articlepeer-review

  4. From words to text: Inference making mediates the role of vocabulary in children's reading comprehension

    Daugaard, H., Cain, K. & Elbro, C., 10/2017, In: Reading and Writing. 30, 8, p. 1773-1788 16 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articlepeer-review

  5. How working memory relates to children’s reading comprehension: the importance of domain-specificity in storage and processing

    Nouwens, S., Groen, M. A. & Verhoeven, L., 01/2017, In: Reading and Writing. 30, 1, p. 105-120 16 p.

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  6. Lexical prosody beyond first-language boundary: Chinese lexical tone sensitivity predicts English reading comprehension

    Choi, W., Tong, X. & Cain, K. E., 08/2016, In: Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 148, p. 70-86 17 p.

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  7. How storage and executive functions contribute to children's reading comprehension

    Nouwens, S., Groen, M. A. & Verhoeven, L., 04/2016, In: Learning and Individual Differences. 47, p. 96-102 7 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articlepeer-review

  8. Improving language-focused comprehension instruction in primary-grade classrooms: impacts of the Let’s Know! experimental curriculum

    Language and Reading Research Consortium, Pratt, A. & Logan, J., 09/2014, In: Educational Psychology Review. 26, 3, p. 357-377 21 p.

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  9. The simple view of reading: is it valid for different types of alphabetic orthographies?

    Florit, E. & Cain, K., 12/2011, In: Educational Psychology Review. 23, 4, p. 553-576 24 p.

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  10. The relation between children's reading comprehension level and their comprehension of idioms.

    Cain, K. E., Lemmon, K. & Oakhill, J., 1/01/2005, In: Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 90, p. 65-87 23 p.

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  11. Investigating the causes of reading comprehension failure: the comprehension-age match design.

    Cain, K., Oakhill, J. V. & Bryant, P. E., 03/2000, In: Reading and Writing. 12, 1-2, p. 31-40 10 p.

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