Tami katzir
Tami katzir
Haifa University Head of Edmond J/ Safra Center for Brain and Learning Disabilities. Head of
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Reading fluency and its intervention
M Wolf, T Katzir-Cohen
The Role of Fluency in Reading Competence, Assessment, and instruction, 211-238, 2001
Reading fluency: The whole is more than the parts
T Katzir, Y Kim, M Wolf, B O’Brien, B Kennedy, M Lovett, R Morris
Annals of dyslexia 56, 51-82, 2006
The role of reading self-concept and home literacy practices in fourth grade reading comprehension
T Katzir, NK Lesaux, YS Kim
Reading and Writing 22, 261-276, 2009
Neural systems for rapid automatized naming in skilled readers: Unraveling the RAN-reading relationship
M Misra, T Katzir, M Wolf, RA Poldrack
The Cognitive Neuroscience of Reading, 241-256, 2018
The varieties of pathways to dysfluent reading: Comparing subtypes of children with dyslexia at letter, word, and connected text levels of reading
T Katzir, YS Kim, M Wolf, R Morris, MW Lovett
Journal of learning disabilities 41 (1), 47-66, 2008
Applying cognitive neuroscience research to education: The case of literacy
T Katzir, J Pare-Blagoev
Educational Psychologist 41 (1), 53-74, 2006
The relationship of spelling recognition, RAN, and phonological awareness to reading skills in older poor readers and younger reading-matched controls
T Katzir, Y Kim, M Wolf, B Kennedy, M Lovett, R Morris
Reading and Writing 19, 845-872, 2006
fMRI of syntactic processing in typically developing children: structural correlates in the inferior frontal gyrus
SC Nuñez, M Dapretto, T Katzir, A Starr, J Bramen, E Kan, S Bookheimer, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 1 (3), 313-323, 2011
The effect of presentation mode on children's reading preferences, performance, and self-evaluations
DD Golan, M Barzillai, T Katzir
Computers & Education 126, 346-358, 2018
The effect of font size on reading comprehension on second and fifth grade children: Bigger is not always better
T Katzir, S Hershko, V Halamish
PloS one 8 (9), e74061, 2013
The universal and the unique in dyslexia: A cross-linguistic investigation of reading and reading fluency in Hebrew-and English-speaking children with reading disorders
T Katzir, S Shaul, Z Breznitz, M Wolf
Reading and Writing 17, 739-768, 2004
Reading self-concept and reading anxiety in second grade children: The roles of word reading, emergent literacy skills, working memory and gender
T Katzir, YSG Kim, S Dotan
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 396418, 2018
Lexical inference in L2: Predictive roles of vocabulary knowledge and reading skill beyond reading comprehension
A Prior, A Goldina, M Shany, E Geva, T Katzir
Reading and Writing 27, 1467-1484, 2014
A structural basis for reading fluency: white matter defects in a genetic brain malformation
BS Chang, T Katzir, T Liu, K Corriveau, M Barzillai, KA Apse, A Bodell, ...
Neurology 69 (23), 2146-2154, 2007
Abnormal structural and functional brain connectivity in gray matter heterotopia
JA Christodoulou, LM Walker, SN Del Tufo, T Katzir, JDE Gabrieli, ...
Epilepsia 53 (6), 1024-1032, 2012
Depth of lexical knowledge among bilingual children: The impact of schooling
M Schwartz, T Katzir
Reading and Writing 25, 1947-1971, 2012
Predicting reading comprehension of narrative and expository texts among Hebrew-speaking readers with and without a reading disability
L Primor, ME Pierce, T Katzir
Annals of Dyslexia 61, 242-268, 2011
Imaging phonology without print: assessing the neural correlates of phonemic awareness using fMRI
T Katzir, M Misra, RA Poldrack
Neuroimage 27 (1), 106-115, 2005
Measuring multiple text integration: A review
L Primor, T Katzir
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 374186, 2018
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
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