WG1+WG3 Workshop, Nicosia

ELN is having a full-fledged week of activities at the Centre for Applied Neuroscience (CAN),  University of Cyprus (UCY).
Follow these links for information on the Training School, Steering Group Meeting, and Editorial Meeting. 

ELN WGs 1 and 3 are meeting in Nicosia to coordinate and advance their joint projects and activities. 
Follow these links for Online registration  and  Travel Arrangements

Workshop Abstracts

November 4

   Dynamics of orthographic development
   Valeria Csepe,  Hungarian Academy of Sciences


   Cross-language differences in spelling processes
   Mark Torrance, Nottingham Trent University  


   Understanding the cognitive constraints that young children face as they begin to write in school download pdf
   Lorna Bourke, Liverpool Hope University 


    Parents’ Perception of Everyday Working Memory questionnaire (PP-EWM) download pdf
    Hanne Knudsen, Aalborg University  


   Text simplification and its effects on young poor readers download pdf
   Barbara Arfe, University of Padova 


   Semantic structuring and non-linear sentence planning download pdf
   Jens Roeser, Nottingham Trent University 




   Handwriting execution in children with dyslexia
   Guido Nottbusch, University of Potsdam 


   The effects of dyslexia on undergraduates’ writing processes and product
   David Galbraith, Southampton University 

   Coffee Break


  Opening the mystery of dyslexia...
  Heikki Lyytinnen, University of Jyväskylä 


   Adolescent with dyslexia writing in a shallow orthography: Process and product
  Vibeke Rønneberg, University of Stavanger 

November 5


   Designing a questionnaire to assess European teachers' challenges for a multi lingual Europe
   Charles Mifsud, University of Malta 


   Language proficiency and literacy skills of bilingual children in Cyprus
   Sviatlana Karpava, University of Central Lancashire 

   Coffee Break


   HandSpy: the road ahead download pdf
   José Paulo Leal, University of Porto 


   Guido Nottbusch, University of Potsdam 

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