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Psychological Science in the Public Interest

Volume 2, Number 2 · November 2001

How Psychological Science Informs the Teaching of Reading
Keith Rayner, Barbara R. Foorman, Charles A. Perfetti, David Pesetsky, and Mark S. Seidenberg
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Project Editor: Henry L. Roediger, III
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Table of Contents
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"How Should Reading Be Taught?"
Scientific American, March 2002
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Stephen J. Ceci
Cornell University

Robert A. Bjork
University of California, Los Angeles

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