Over two days we will bring together hundreds of researchers and professional from around the globe. You will be able to view all presentations, as well as hearing from speakers and keynote addresses. Delegates will also have the opportunity to participate in Q&As, interact with exhibitors, and network with a global community of experts.
Dr Sharon McMurray
Learning to spell
(Co-authors - Jarman, Carew, Phillips)
Susanna Cederquist - Strengths and dyslexia - the whole picture
- Dyslexic Strengths needed in the past and the future
- Supporting student growth through a strength-based approach
- The WHOLE Picture in Singapore
- Dyslexia, the Whole Picture and the 360 degree Perspective
Dr Georgia Niolaki
Typical and atypical spelling across different needs and languages (Co-authors - Vousden, Terzopoulos, Taylor, Masterson)
Dr Abiodun Adewunmi
Effect of Shared Reading on Vocabulary Acquisition of Pupils with Dyslexia in Ibadan, Nigeria
Prof John Stein
Unique Yellow or Blue Filters for poor readers - interim report on a Double Blind, Randomised Control, Trial
Dr Asimina Vasalou
How do different learner groups process instructional feedback in a literacy game?
Syllable-first rather than letter-first to improve phonemic awareness
Dr Sharon McMurray
Learning to Read: A proactive approach to prevent reading failure
The Effectiveness of an English Intervention Program for Emergent Mandarin-English Speakers
Reading for Meaning: Interventions to ameliorate children’s reading comprehension difficulties
Prof Stanislas Dehaene
Prof Anna Barnett
The assessment and teaching of writing skills
(Co-authors - Esposito, Herbert, Sumner, Prunty, Nightingale, Canniford, Dockrell, Stuart)
Dr Audrey Mazur- Palandre
Information flow in written text production: the case of the dyslexic students in higher education
Dr Paz Suárez-Coalla
Quality of written texts by Spanish children with dyslexia
The Writing Beliefs of UK Higher Education Students with and without Dyslexia.
Decoding music education with dyslexic students: Exploring dyslexic strengths within instrumental music lesson
Dyslexia & Orchestral Musicians
Adults with dyslexia: A snapshot of the demands on adulthood in Australia
Prof Steve Graham
Prof Adriana Bus
Prof Julia Carroll
Emotional wellbeing in individuals with literacy difficulties: Risk Factors and Support
(Co-authors - Thompson, Wood, Soares, Boyes, Badcock, Francis, Hudson, Kohnen, Mobach, McArthur, Leitao, Claessen, Dzidic, Nayton, Torppa)
Prof Gilles Richard
Can We Use AI to Detect Dyslexia in Children’s reading?
Experiences of emergency online learning during Covid-19 for University students recently diagnosed with dyslexia
Dr Stefanie Jung
Writing mode: Does it affect children with and without developmental dyslexia comparably?
The Lifelong Learning Experiences of Students with Dyslexia in UK Higher Education.
Dr Carol Leather
Adult dyslexia: literacy, language and executive functioning
Supporting Dyslexia in the classroom: Findings from a study of RAN and Executive Functions in pupils with dyslexia and literacy difficulties.
Margot De Rom
The relationship between inhibition and reading at the word and sentence levels
Dealing with work stress: the job demands and job resources of dyslexic employee
Prof Rod Nicolson
Strengths and Dyslexia: The What and the Why
(Co-authors - Stein, Eide, Eide, Fawcett, Agahi, Piacesi)
Claire Gosse -
Investigating children with dyslexia’s writing difficulties: an fMRI experiment
Dr Marianna Stella
Sentence comprehension and eye movements in adolescents with dyslexia
A Comparative Analysis of 7112 Dyslexics to a Population of Dyslexics from 9 Neuroscientific Studies
Prof Daniel Ansari
Associate Prof Sue Johnson-Wilder
Understanding cognitive and emotional barriers to learning maths:
becoming part of the solution (Co-authors - Hunt, Maloney, Petronzi, Baker, Lee)
Dr Sharon McMurray
The concept of reading disability as decoding text and as a term that should be used to describe children who struggle to learn to read is reductionist and fundamentally flawed.
Is it Hair or Hare? Predicting spelling ability with a new test of word spelling processes in poor readers and spellers.
Dr Ian Mundy
Exploring the phonological profiles of children with reading difficulties: A multiple case study
Decoders are less efficient in RAN objects than children using orthographic processing
Prof Vince Connelly
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