Can children who appear to read well be dyslexic? If so, how might they be affected and what can be done to help them?

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication38th conference of the Australian Psychological Society
EditorsW. Noble
Place of PublicationCarlton, Victoria, Australia
PublisherAustralian Psychological Society
Pages185
Volume55 2003 Supplement
EditionSheraton Hotel, Perth, WA
ISBN (Print)00049530
Publication statusPublished - 2003
EventCan children who appear to read well be dyslexic? If so, how might they be affected and what can be done to help them? - Sheraton Hotel, Perth, WA
Duration: 1 Jan 2003 → …

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ConferenceCan children who appear to read well be dyslexic? If so, how might they be affected and what can be done to help them?
Period1/01/03 → …

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Heath, S., Fletcher, J., & Hogben, J. (2003). Can children who appear to read well be dyslexic? If so, how might they be affected and what can be done to help them? In W. Noble (Ed.), 38th conference of the Australian Psychological Society (Sheraton Hotel, Perth, WA ed., Vol. 55 2003 Supplement, pp. 185). Carlton, Victoria, Australia: Australian Psychological Society.
Heath, Steve ; Fletcher, Janet ; Hogben, John. / Can children who appear to read well be dyslexic? If so, how might they be affected and what can be done to help them?. 38th conference of the Australian Psychological Society. editor / W. Noble. Vol. 55 2003 Supplement Sheraton Hotel, Perth, WA. ed. Carlton, Victoria, Australia : Australian Psychological Society, 2003. pp. 185
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Heath, S, Fletcher, J & Hogben, J 2003, Can children who appear to read well be dyslexic? If so, how might they be affected and what can be done to help them? in W Noble (ed.), 38th conference of the Australian Psychological Society. Sheraton Hotel, Perth, WA edn, vol. 55 2003 Supplement, Australian Psychological Society, Carlton, Victoria, Australia, pp. 185, Can children who appear to read well be dyslexic? If so, how might they be affected and what can be done to help them?, 1/01/03.

Can children who appear to read well be dyslexic? If so, how might they be affected and what can be done to help them? / Heath, Steve; Fletcher, Janet; Hogben, John.

38th conference of the Australian Psychological Society. ed. / W. Noble. Vol. 55 2003 Supplement Sheraton Hotel, Perth, WA. ed. Carlton, Victoria, Australia : Australian Psychological Society, 2003. p. 185.

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Heath S, Fletcher J, Hogben J. Can children who appear to read well be dyslexic? If so, how might they be affected and what can be done to help them? In Noble W, editor, 38th conference of the Australian Psychological Society. Sheraton Hotel, Perth, WA ed. Vol. 55 2003 Supplement. Carlton, Victoria, Australia: Australian Psychological Society. 2003. p. 185