Chapter 1 Brain, Mind and Behaviour in Dyslexia – Uta Frith.
Chapter 2 Genetic Aetiologies of Reading and Spelling Deficits: Developmental Differences – J.C. DeFries, Maricela Alarcon and Ricahrd K. Olson.
Chapter 3 Dyslexia and Gyral Morphology Variation – George W. Hynd and Jennifer R. Hiemenz.
Chapter 4 How Does a Visual Transient Deficit Affect Reading? – John H. Hogbden.
Chapter 5 The Development of Developmental Dyslexia – John L. Locke, James Hodgson, Paul Macaruso, Jennifer Roberts, Susan Lambrecht–Smith and Cathy Guttentag.
Chapter 6 In search of the Precursors of Dyslexia: A prespective Study of Children at Risk for Reading Problems – Heikki Lyytinen.
Chapter 7 Progress in the Search for Dyslexia Sub–types – Keith E. Stanovich, Linda S. Siegel and Alexandra Gottardo.
Chapter 8 Learning to Read in Different Orthographies: Phonological Awareness, Orthographic Representations and Dyslexia – Usha Goswami.
Chapter 9 Language, Phonology and Learning to Read – Margaret J. Snowling and Kate A. Nation.
Chapter 10 Academic Outcomes of Language Impaired Children – Paula Tallal, Lee Allard, Steve Miller and Susan Curtiss.
Chapter 11 How do Speech and Language Problems affect Literacy Development? – Joy Stackhosue and Bill Wells.
Chapter 12 Achieving Competence in Language and Literacy by Training in Phonemic Awareness, Concept Imagery and Comparator Function – Patricia Lindamood, Nanci Bell and Phyllis Lindamood.
Chapter 13 Prevention of Dyslexia in Kindergarten: Effects of Phoneme Awareness Training with Children of Dyslexic Parents – Ina Borstrom and Carsten Elbro.
Chapter 14 Teaching Phonological Awareness With and Without the Computer – Barbara W. Wise, Richard K. Olson and Jerry Ring.