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Irit Bar-Kochva
Irit Bar-Kochva
Goethe University; DIPF; University of Haifa
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What are the underlying skills of silent reading acquisition? A developmental study from kindergarten to the 2nd grade
I Bar-Kochva
Reading and Writing 26 (9), 1417-1436, 2013
392013
Reading scripts that differ in orthographic transparency: A within-participant-and-language investigation of underlying skills
I Bar-Kochva, Z Breznitz
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 121, 12-27, 2014
292014
The relations between early working memory abilities and later developing reading skills: a longitudinal study from kindergarten to fifth grade
E Nevo, I Bar‐Kochva
Mind, Brain, and Education 9 (3), 154-163, 2015
272015
The relations of early phonological awareness, rapid‐naming and speed of processing with the development of spelling and reading: a longitudinal examination
I Bar‐Kochva, E Nevo
Journal of Research in Reading 42 (1), 97-122, 2019
232019
Does the reading of different orthographies produce distinct brain activity patterns? An ERP study
I Bar-Kochva, Z Breznitz
PLoS One 7 (5), e36030, 2012
192012
The relations between reading and spelling: an examination of subtypes of reading disability
I Bar-Kochva, M Amiel
Annals of dyslexia 66 (2), 219-234, 2016
162016
An examination of an intervention program designed to enhance reading and spelling through the training of morphological decomposition in word recognition
I Bar-Kochva
Scientific Studies of Reading 20 (2), 163-172, 2016
142016
In search of methods enhancing fluency in reading: An examination of the relations between time constraints and processes of reading in readers of German
I Bar-Kochva, M Hasselhorn
Journal of experimental child psychology 140, 140-157, 2015
132015
Does processing a shallow and a deep orthography produce different brain activity patterns? An ERP study conducted in Hebrew
I Bar-Kochva
Developmental neuropsychology 36 (7), 933-938, 2011
132011
The training of morphological decomposition in word processing and its effects on literacy skills
I Bar-Kochva, M Hasselhorn
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1583, 2017
102017
Reading proficiency and adaptability in orthographic processing: an examination of the effect of type of orthography read on brain activity in regular and dyslexic readers
I Bar-Kochva, Z Breznitz
PLoS One 9 (1), e86016, 2014
72014
Reading Fluency: Current Insights from Neurocognitive Research and Intervention Studies
A Khateb, I Bar-Kochva
Springer, 2016
62016
Keyword: Reading literacy. Reading competencies in Germany and underlying cognitive skills
H Schröter, I Bar-Kochva
Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 22 (1), 17-49, 2019
52019
Effects of a morpheme-based training procedure on the literacy skills of readers with a reading disability
I Bar-Kochva, SP Korinth, M Hasselhorn
Applied Psycholinguistics 41 (5), 1061-1082, 2020
32020
An examination of the process of acquiring visual word representations in dyslexic children
I Bar-Kochva, O Gilor, Z Breznitz
Journal for educational research online 8 (1), 7-25, 2016
32016
The abilities and deficits in reading and writing of low literate adults
I Bar-Kochva, R Vágvölgyi, A Bulajic
Internationales Jahrbuch der Erwachsenenbildung/International yearbook of …, 2019
22019
Computergestützte Ansätze zur Förderung der Leseleistung durch Manipulation individueller Lesezeiten
S Lindberg, N Telse, I Bar-Kochva, M Hasselhorn
Tests and Trends 14, 199-209, 2016
22016
Processes of Reading the two Forms of Hebrew Orthography at Different Stages of Reading Developmentbehavioral and Electrophysiological Measures
I Bar-Kochva
PQDT-Global, 2011
22011
Basic reading and reading-related language skills in adults with deficient reading comprehension who read a transparent orthography
I Bar-Kochva, R Vágvölgyi, T Dresler, B Nagengast, H Schröter, ...
Reading and Writing 34 (9), 2357-2379, 2021
12021
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