Rachel Schiff
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The impact of diglossia on voweled and unvoweled word reading in Arabic: A developmental study from childhood to adolescence
E Saiegh-Haddad, R Schiff
Scientific Studies of Reading 20 (4), 311-324, 2016
Role of phonological and morphological awareness in L2 oral word reading
R Schiff, S Calif
Language learning 57 (2), 271-298, 2007
Development and relationships between phonological awareness, morphological awareness and word reading in spoken and standard Arabic
R Schiff, E Saiegh-Haddad
Frontiers in psychology 9, 301259, 2018
Roots and patterns in Hebrew language development: Evidence from written morphological analogies
D Ravid, R Schiff
Reading and Writing 19, 789-818, 2006
Effect of phonological and morphological awareness on reading comprehension in Hebrew-speaking adolescents with reading disabilities
R Schiff, S Schwartz-Nahshon, R Nagar
Annals of dyslexia 61, 44-63, 2011
Analogical problem solving in children with verbal and nonverbal learning disabilities
R Schiff, N Bauminger, I Toledo
Journal of Learning Disabilities 42 (1), 3-13, 2009
Deficient morphological processing in adults with developmental dyslexia: Another barrier to efficient word recognition?
R Schiff, M Raveh
Dyslexia 13 (2), 110-129, 2007
Dissociation between the procedural learning of letter names and motor sequences in developmental dyslexia
Y Gabay, R Schiff, E Vakil
Neuropsychologia 50 (10), 2435-2441, 2012
Morphological analogies in Hebrew-speaking university students with dyslexia compared with typically developing gradeschoolers
R Schiff, D Ravid
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 36, 237-253, 2007
The development of the Hebrew mental lexicon: When morphological representations become devoid of their meaning
R Schiff, M Raveh, A Fighel
Scientific Studies of Reading 16 (5), 383-403, 2012
Morphophonological categories of noun plurals in Hebrew: A developmental study
D Ravid, R Schiff
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 47 (1), 45-63, 2009
The effects of orthographic consistency on reading development: A within and between cross-linguistic study of fluency and accuracy among fourth grade English-and Hebrew …
T Katzir, R Schiff, YS Kim
Learning and Individual Differences 22 (6), 673-679, 2012
Implicit learning deficits among adults with developmental dyslexia
S Kahta, R Schiff
Annals of Dyslexia 66, 235-250, 2016
When diglossia meets dyslexia: The effect of diglossia on voweled and unvoweled word reading among native Arabic-speaking dyslexic children
R Schiff, E Saiegh-Haddad
Reading and Writing 30, 1089-1113, 2017
Vowel representation in written Hebrew: Phonological, orthographic and morphological contexts
R Schiff, D Ravid
Reading and Writing 17, 241-265, 2004
The developing mental lexicon: Evidence from morphological priming of irregular Hebrew forms
R Schiff, M Raveh, S Kahta
Reading and Writing 21, 719-743, 2008
Age differences in cognitive skill learning, retention and transfer: The case of the Tower of Hanoi Puzzle
R Schiff, E Vakil
Learning and Individual Differences 39, 164-171, 2015
Effects of phonological and morphological awareness on children’s word reading development from two socioeconomic backgrounds
R Schiff, E Lotem
First Language 31 (2), 139-163, 2011
Phonological awareness in Arabic: The role of phonological distance, phonological-unit size, and SES
E Saiegh-Haddad, A Shahbari-Kassem, R Schiff
Reading and writing 33 (6), 1649-1674, 2020
An academic intervention program for EFL university students with reading disabilities
R Schiff, S Calif
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 48 (2), 102-113, 2004
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