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Improvements in reading and spelling skills after a phonological and morphological knowledge intervention in Greek children with spelling difficulties: a pilot study

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Improvements in reading and spelling skills after a phonological and morphological knowledge intervention in Greek children with spelling difficulties : a pilot study. / Tijms, Jurgen; Pavlidou, Elpis; Hoette, Hester.

In: European Journal of Special Needs Education, 07.01.2020.

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Tijms, J, Pavlidou, E & Hoette, H 2020, 'Improvements in reading and spelling skills after a phonological and morphological knowledge intervention in Greek children with spelling difficulties: a pilot study', European Journal of Special Needs Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/08856257.2019.1709702

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Tijms, J., Pavlidou, E., & Hoette, H. (2020). Improvements in reading and spelling skills after a phonological and morphological knowledge intervention in Greek children with spelling difficulties: a pilot study. European Journal of Special Needs Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/08856257.2019.1709702

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Tijms J, Pavlidou E, Hoette H. Improvements in reading and spelling skills after a phonological and morphological knowledge intervention in Greek children with spelling difficulties: a pilot study. European Journal of Special Needs Education. 2020 Jan 7. https://doi.org/10.1080/08856257.2019.1709702

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Tijms, Jurgen ; Pavlidou, Elpis ; Hoette, Hester. / Improvements in reading and spelling skills after a phonological and morphological knowledge intervention in Greek children with spelling difficulties : a pilot study. In: European Journal of Special Needs Education. 2020.

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