Franklin R. Manis mostly deals with Phonology, Word recognition, Reading, Phonological awareness and Dyslexia. His studies deal with areas such as Developmental psychology and Cognitive psychology as well as Phonology. His work in Cognitive psychology addresses issues such as Orthography, which are connected to fields such as Phonological dyslexia, Surface dyslexia, Language development and Spelling.
His Phonological awareness research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Vocabulary, Reading comprehension and Phonemic awareness. Pronunciation is closely connected to Rapid automatized naming in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Vocabulary. His research investigates the connection with Dyslexia and areas like Language disorder which intersect with concerns in Speech perception.
His primary areas of investigation include Reading, Dyslexia, Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology and Word recognition. His research integrates issues of Neuroimaging and Brain mapping in his study of Reading. His Dyslexia study incorporates themes from Spelling, Language disorder, Audiology and Visual processing.
His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Perception, Language development, Cognition, Psycholinguistics and Learning disability. His Word recognition research incorporates themes from Pronunciation, Normal range, Communication, Primary education and Phonology. His studies in Phonological awareness integrate themes in fields like Speech perception, Vocabulary and Reading comprehension.
Franklin R. Manis spends much of his time researching Reading, Dyslexia, Audiology, Developmental psychology and Phonological awareness. The various areas that Franklin R. Manis examines in his Reading study include Cognitive psychology and Choline. His Cognitive psychology research includes elements of Speech perception and Task analysis.
His Dyslexia research includes themes of Neuroimaging and Brain mapping. Franklin R. Manis has researched Developmental psychology in several fields, including Fluency, Frontal lobe, Brain-reading and Functional imaging. Franklin R. Manis interconnects Spanish speaking, Bilingual education, English language, Reading comprehension and Prosody in the investigation of issues within Phonological awareness.
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On the bases of two subtypes of development dyslexia
Franklin R. Manis;Mark S. Seidenberg;Lisa M. Doi;Catherine McBride-Chang.
Prediction of First-Grade Reading in Spanish-Speaking English-Language Learners.
Kim A. Lindsey;Franklin R. Manis;Caroline E. Bailey.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2003)
Naming Speed, Phonological Awareness, and Orthographic Knowledge in Second Graders
Franklin R. Manis;Lisa Michelle Doi;Bhakhtawahr Bhadha.
Journal of Learning Disabilities (2000)
Language deficits in dyslexic children: speech perception, phonology, and morphology.
Marc F. Joanisse;Franklin R. Manis;Patricia Keating;Mark S. Seidenberg.
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology (2000)
See Dick RAN: Rapid Naming and the Longitudinal Prediction of Reading Subskills in First and Second Graders
Franklin R. Manis;Mark S. Seidenberg;Lisa M. Doi.
Scientific Studies of Reading (1999)
Are speech perception deficits associated with developmental dyslexia
Franklin R. Manis;Catherine Mcbride-Chang;Mark S. Seidenberg;Patricia Keating.
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology (1997)
Development of Reading in Grades K-2 in Spanish-Speaking English-Language Learners.
Franklin R. Manis;Kim A. Lindsey;Caroline E. Bailey.
Learning Disabilities Research and Practice (2004)
Deficits in perceptual noise exclusion in developmental dyslexia.
Anne J Sperling;Zhong-Lin Lu;Franklin R Manis;Mark S Seidenberg.
Nature Neuroscience (2005)
Structural invariance in the associations of naming speed, phonological awareness, and verbal reasoning in good and poor readers: A test of the double deficit hypothesis
Catherine McBride-Chang;Franklin R. Manis.
Reading and Writing (1996)
Development of Phonological and Orthographic Skill: A 2-Year Longitudinal Study of Dyslexic Children
Franklin R. Manis;Rebecca Custodio;Patricia A. Szeszulski.
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology (1993)
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