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Maureen Lovett

TitleSenior Scientist Emeritus
InstitutionThe Hospital for Sick Children
DepartmentResearch Operations
Address555 University Avenue
Toronto ON M5G 1X8
Phone416-813-1500
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-7556-8309 Additional info
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    McGill University, Montreal, QCPhD09/1977Psychology
    McGill University, Montreal, QCMSc09/1974Psychology
    University of Toronto, Toronto, ONBSc09/1972Psychology
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    2017The Samuel Torrey Orton Award, International Dyslexia Association (IDA)
    2014OPA Award of Merit, Psychology in Education, Ontario Psychological Association
    2014IRA Albert J. Harris Research Award, International Reading Association
    2013Order of Mary Ward, Loretto Alumnae Association

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    I am a Senior Scientist in the Neurosciences & Mental Health Program at SickKids, and a Professor of Paediatrics and Medical Sciences at the University of Toronto. I am the Founder and Director of the SickKids Learning Disabilities Research Program, a clinical research unit dedicated to developing and evaluating different approaches to intervention for children and adolescents with developmental reading disabilities.


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    M10R10799     (Gruen, J.)Jan 1, 2009 - Nov 30, 2014
    Manton Foundation
    Genes, reading and dyslexia
    Role Description: Operating Grant
    Role: Co-Investigator

    R305C12001     (Greenberg, D., Graesser, A.)Sep 1, 2012 - Aug 31, 2017
    Institute of Education Sciences (US Department of Education)
    Center for the Study of Adult Literacy: Developing instructional approaches suited to the cognitive and motivational needs of struggling adult readers
    Role Description: An Adult Literacy Research and Development Center—the first National Research and Development Center on Cognition and Adult Literacy. No cost extension years 2017-2019.
    Role: Co-PI

    PAR-10-245     (Morris, R.D., Pugh, K., Kevin, J.)Jul 1, 2013 - Jun 30, 2018
    National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development
    Neurocognitive bases of treatment resistance in developmental dyslexia
    Role Description: Program Project Award
    Role: Co-PI

    MOP-133440     (Barr, C.L.)Apr 1, 2014 - Mar 31, 2019
    Canadian Institutes for Health Research
    Genetics of reading disabilities
    Role Description: Operating Grant
    Role: Co-Investigator

         (Morris, R.D., Pugh, K., Zevin, J.)Jul 1, 2016 - Jun 30, 2019
    Oak Foundation
    Identifying dyslexia interventions for treatment non-responders
    Role Description: Operating Grant
    Role: Co-PI

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    1. Price KM, Wigg KG, Feng Y, Blokland K, Wilkinson M, He G, Kerr EN, Carter TC, Guger SL, Lovett MW, Strug LJ, Barr CL. Genome-wide association study of word reading: Overlap with risk genes for neurodevelopmental disorders. Genes Brain Behav. 2020 Feb 27; e12648. PMID: 32108986.
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    2. Li M, Truong DT, DeMille M, Malins JG, Lovett MW, Bosson-Heenan J, Gruen JR, Frijters JC. Effect of READ1 on latent profiles of reading disorder and comorbid attention and language impairment subtypes. Child Neuropsychol. 2020 Feb; 26(2):145-169. PMID: 31411106.
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    3. Truong DT, Adams AK, Paniagua S, Frijters JC, Boada R, Hill DE, Lovett MW, Mahone EM, Willcutt EG, Wolf M, Defries JC, Gialluisi A, Francks C, Fisher SE, Olson RK, Pennington BF, Smith SD, Bosson-Heenan J, Gruen JR. Multivariate genome-wide association study of rapid automatised naming and rapid alternating stimulus in Hispanic American and African-American youth. J Med Genet. 2019 08; 56(8):557-566. PMID: 30995994.
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    4. Li M, Malins JG, DeMille MMC, Lovett MW, Truong DT, Epstein K, Lacadie C, Mehta C, Bosson-Heenan J, Gruen JR, Frijters JC. A molecular-genetic and imaging-genetic approach to specific comprehension difficulties in children. NPJ Sci Learn. 2018; 3:20. PMID: 30631481.
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    5. Tsujimoto, K., Boada, R., Gottwald, S., Hill, D., Jacobson, L. A., Lovett, M.W., Mahone, E.M., Willcutt, E., Wolf, M., Bosson-Heenan, J., Gruen, J. G., & Frijters, J.C. Causal attribution profiles as a function of reading skills, hyperactivity, and inattention. Scientific Studies of Reading. 2018.
    6. Graesser, A., Greenberg, D., Olney, A., & Lovett, M.W. In D. Perin (Ed.), The Wiley Handbook of Adult Literacy. Educational technologies that support reading comprehension of adults who have low literacy skills. 2018.
    7. Jacob G, Ford-Jones L, Wong PD, Warman D, Lovett MW. Literacy promotion by health care professionals: A comprehensive biomedical and psychosocial approach. Paediatr Child Health. 2018 Feb; 23(1):6-11. PMID: 29479273.
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    8. Frijters JC, Tsujimoto KC, Boada R, Gottwald S, Hill D, Jacobson LA, Lovett MW, Mahone EM, Willcutt EG, Wolf M, Bosson-Heenan J, Gruen JR. Reading-Related Causal Attributions for Success and Failure: Dynamic Links With Reading Skill. Read Res Q. 2018 Jan-Mar; 53(1):127-148. PMID: 29391653.
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    9. Lovett MW. Working Toward a More Literate World: Reading Intervention Commentary. New Dir Child Adolesc Dev. 2017 Mar; 2017(155):131-141. PMID: 28267287.
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    10. Lovett, M.W., Frijters, J.C., Steinbach, K.A., Wolf, M., Sevcik, R.A., & Morris, R.D. . Early intervention for children at risk for reading disability: The impact of grade at intervention and individual differences on intervention outcomes. Journal of Educational Psychology. 2017; (106):889-914.
    11. Tannock R, Frijters JC, Martinussen R, White EJ, Ickowicz A, Benson NJ, Lovett MW. Combined Modality Intervention for ADHD With Comorbid Reading Disorders: A Proof of Concept Study. J Learn Disabil. 2018 Jan/Feb; 51(1):55-72. PMID: 27895238.
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    12. Steacy LM, Elleman AM, Lovett MW, Compton DL. Exploring Differential Effects Across Two Decoding Treatments on Item-Level Transfer in Children with Significant Word Reading Difficulties: A New Approach for Testing Intervention Elements. Sci Stud Read. 2016; 20(4):283-295. PMID: 28596701.
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    13. Jacobson LA, Koriakin T, Lipkin P, Boada R, Frijters JC, Lovett MW, Hill D, Willcutt E, Gottwald S, Wolf M, Bosson-Heenan J, Gruen JR, Mahone EM. Executive Functions Contribute Uniquely to Reading Competence in Minority Youth. J Learn Disabil. 2017 Jul/Aug; 50(4):422-433. PMID: 26755569.
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    14. Jacob, G., Lovett, M.W., Wong, P.D., & Ford-Jones, E.L. Moving the dial on literacy with a proactive office-based approach. Scrub-In. 2016; 3(11):6-8.
    15. Lovett, M.W. In C. McDonald Connor & P. McCardle (Eds.), Advances in Reading intervention: Research to Practice to Research. An overview of reading intervention research: Perspectives on past findings, present questions, and future needs. 2015; 7-22.
    16. Tran C, Wigg KG, Zhang K, Cate-Carter TD, Kerr E, Field LL, Kaplan BJ, Lovett MW, Barr CL. Association of the ROBO1 gene with reading disabilities in a family-based analysis. Genes Brain Behav. 2014 Apr; 13(4):430-8. PMID: 24612512.
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    17. Lovett, M. W., Lacerenza, L., Steinbach, K. A., & De Palma, M. . Empower™ Reading: Development and roll-out of a research-based intervention program for children with reading disabilities. Perspectives on Language and Literacy. 2014; (40):21-31.
    18. Tran C, Gagnon F, Wigg KG, Feng Y, Gomez L, Cate-Carter TD, Kerr EN, Field LL, Kaplan BJ, Lovett MW, Barr CL. A family-based association analysis and meta-analysis of the reading disabilities candidate gene DYX1C1. Am J Med Genet B Neuropsychiatr Genet. 2013 Mar; 162B(2):146-56. PMID: 23341075.
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    19. Lovett, M.W., Barron, R.W., & Frijters, J.C. In H. L. Swanson, K. Harris & S. Graham (Eds.), Handbook of Learning Disabilities. Word identification difficulties in children and adolescents with reading disabilities: Intervention research findings. 2013; 329-360.
    20. Frijters, J.C., Lovett, M.W., Sevcik, R.A., & Morris, R.D. Four methods of identifying change in the context of a multiple component reading intervention for struggling middle school readers. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal. 2013; 4(26):539-563.
    21. O'Brien BA, Wolf M, Lovett MW. A taxometric investigation of developmental dyslexia subtypes. Dyslexia. 2012 Feb; 18(1):16-39. PMID: 22228709.
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    22. Lovett MW, Lacerenza L, De Palma M, Frijters JC. Evaluating the efficacy of remediation for struggling readers in high school. J Learn Disabil. 2012 Mar-Apr; 45(2):151-69. PMID: 22183192.
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    23. Frijters JC, Lovett MW, Steinbach KA, Wolf M, Sevcik RA, Morris RD. Neurocognitive predictors of reading outcomes for children with reading disabilities. J Learn Disabil. 2011 Mar-Apr; 44(2):150-66. PMID: 21383107.
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    24. O'Brien BA, Wolf M, Miller LT, Lovett MW, Morris R. Orthographic processing efficiency in developmental dyslexia: an investigation of age and treatment factors at the sublexical level. Ann Dyslexia. 2011 Jun; 61(1):111-35. PMID: 21213077.
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    25. Elbert A, Lovett MW, Cate-Carter T, Pitch A, Kerr EN, Barr CL. Genetic variation in the KIAA0319 5' region as a possible contributor to dyslexia. Behav Genet. 2011 Jan; 41(1):77-89. PMID: 21207242.
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    26. Lovett, M.W., Steinbach, K.A., De Palma, M. & Temple, M. . Teaching struggling readers foundational reading skills. Better: Evidence-Based Education. 2011; 1(4):18-19.
    27. Lovett, M.W., Steinbach, K.A., & Goudey, J. The importance of multiple-component remediation for children and adolescents with reading disabilities. HelpLetter: Emerging Trends in Autism, Learning Disabilities and ADHD (Los Angeles: The Help Group, UCLA). 2011; 3.
    28. Morris RD, Lovett MW, Wolf M, Sevcik RA, Steinbach KA, Frijters JC, Shapiro MB. Multiple-component remediation for developmental reading disabilities: IQ, socioeconomic status, and race as factors in remedial outcome. J Learn Disabil. 2012 Mar-Apr; 45(2):99-127. PMID: 20445204.
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    29. Wise JC, Sevcik RA, Morris RD, Lovett MW, Wolf M, Kuhn M, Meisinger B, Schwanenflugel P. The relationship between different measures of oral reading fluency and reading comprehension in second-grade students who evidence different oral reading fluency difficulties. Lang Speech Hear Serv Sch. 2010 Jul; 41(3):340-8. PMID: 20421613.
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    30. Couto JM, Livne-Bar I, Huang K, Xu Z, Cate-Carter T, Feng Y, Wigg K, Humphries T, Tannock R, Kerr EN, Lovett MW, Bremner R, Barr CL. Association of reading disabilities with regions marked by acetylated H3 histones in KIAA0319. Am J Med Genet B Neuropsychiatr Genet. 2010 Mar 05; 153B(2):447-462. PMID: 19588467.
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    31. Wolf, M., Barzillai, M., Gottwald, S., Miller, L., Spencer, K., Norton, E., Lovett, M.W., & Morris, R.D. . The RAVE-O intervention: Connecting neuroscience to the classroom. Mind, Brain, and Education. 2009; (3):84-93.
    32. Wise JC, Pae HK, Wolfe CB, Sevcikwe RA, Morris RD, Lovett M, Wolf M. Phonological Awareness and Rapid Naming Skills of Children with Reading Disabilities and Children with Reading Disabilities Who Are At Risk for Mathematics Difficulties. Learn Disabil Res Pract. 2008 Aug; 23(3):125-136. PMID: 31105385.
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    33. Lovett MW, De Palma M, Frijters J, Steinbach K, Temple M, Benson N, Lacerenza L. Interventions for reading difficulties: a comparison of response to intervention by ELL and EFL struggling readers. J Learn Disabil. 2008 Jul-Aug; 41(4):333-52. PMID: 18560021.
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    34. Couto JM, Gomez L, Wigg K, Cate-Carter T, Archibald J, Anderson B, Tannock R, Kerr EN, Lovett MW, Humphries T, Barr CL. The KIAA0319-like (KIAA0319L) gene on chromosome 1p34 as a candidate for reading disabilities. J Neurogenet. 2008; 22(4):295-313. PMID: 19085271.
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    35. Katzir T, Kim YS, Wolf M, Morris R, Lovett MW. The varieties of pathways to dysfluent reading: comparing subtypes of children with dyslexia at letter, word, and connected text levels of reading. J Learn Disabil. 2008 Jan-Feb; 41(1):47-66. PMID: 18274503.
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    36. Wise, J. C., Pae, H. K., Wolfe, C. B., Sevcik, R. A., Morris, R. D., Lovett, M. W., & Wolf, M. Phonological awareness and rapid naming skills of children with reading disabilities and children with reading disabilities who are at risk for mathematics difficulties. Learning Disabilities Research and Practice. 2008; 3(23):125-136.
    37. Lovett, M.W., Lacerenza, L., De Palma, M., Steinbach, K.A., & Frijters, J.C. Preparing teachers to remediate reading disabilities in high school: What is needed for effective professional development. Teaching and Teacher Education. 2008; 4(24):1083-1097.
    38. Cohen, E.A., Sevcik, R.A., Wolf, M., Lovett, M.W., & Morris, R.D. . In M.R. Kuhn & P.J. Schwanenflugel (Eds.), Fluency in the classroom. Integrating the PHAST and RAVE-O programs for struggling readers. 2008; 92-123.
    39. Wise JC, Sevcik RA, Morris RD, Lovett MW, Wolf M. The relationship among receptive and expressive vocabulary, listening comprehension, pre-reading skills, word identification skills, and reading comprehension by children with reading disabilities. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2007 Aug; 50(4):1093-109. PMID: 17675607.
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    40. Luca P, Laurin N, Misener VL, Wigg KG, Anderson B, Cate-Carter T, Tannock R, Humphries T, Lovett MW, Barr CL. Association of the dopamine receptor D1 gene, DRD1, with inattention symptoms in families selected for reading problems. Mol Psychiatry. 2007 Aug; 12(8):776-85. PMID: 17310237.
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    41. Wise, J.C., Sevcik, R.A., Morris, R.D., Lovett, M.W., & Wolf, M. The growth of phonological awareness by children with reading disabilities: A result of semantic knowledge or knowledge of grapheme-phoneme correspondences?. Scientific Studies of Reading. 2007; 2(11):151-164.
    42. Katzir T, Kim Y, Wolf M, O'Brien B, Kennedy B, Lovett M, Morris R. Reading fluency: the whole is more than the parts. Ann Dyslexia. 2006 Jun; 56(1):51-82. PMID: 17849208.
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    43. Katzir, T., Kim, Y., Wolf, M., Kennedy, B., Lovett, M.W., & Morris, R.D. The relationship of spelling recognition, RAN, and phonological awareness to reading skills in older poor readers and younger reading-matched controls. Reading and Writing. 2006; 8(19):845-872.
    44. Lovett, M.W., Lacerenza, L., & Borden, S. Empower™ Reading. 2006.
    45. Pae HK, Wise JC, Cirino PT, Sevcik RA, Lovett MW, Wolf M, Morris RD. The woodcock reading mastery test: impact of normative changes. Assessment. 2005 Sep; 12(3):347-57. PMID: 16123255.
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    46. Wigg, K., Couto, J.M., Feng, Y., Crosbie, J., Anderson, B., Cate-Carter, T., Tannock, R., Lovett, M.W., Humphries, T., Kennedy, J.L., Ickowicz, A., Pathare, T., Roberts, W., Malone, M., Schachar, R., & Barr, C.L. Investigation of the relationship of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder to the EKN1 gene on chromosome 15q21. Scientific Studies of Reading. 2005; 3(9):261-283.
    47. Lovett, M.W., Lacerenza, L., Murphy, D., Steinbach, K.A., De Palma, M., & Frijters, J.C. In J. Gilger & S. Richardson (Eds.), Research-Based Education and Intervention: What We Need To Know. The importance of multiple-component interventions for children and adolescents who are struggling readers. 2005; 67-102.
    48. Wigg KG, Couto JM, Feng Y, Anderson B, Cate-Carter TD, Macciardi F, Tannock R, Lovett MW, Humphries TW, Barr CL. Support for EKN1 as the susceptibility locus for dyslexia on 15q21. Mol Psychiatry. 2004 Dec; 9(12):1111-21. PMID: 15249932.
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    49. Wolf, M., O'Brien, B., Adams, K.D., Joffe, T., Lovett, M.W., & Morris, R.D. In B.R. Foorman (Ed.), Preventing and Remediating Reading Difficulties: Bringing Science to Scale. Working for time: Reflections on naming speed, reading fluency, and intervention. 2003; 355-379.
    50. Lovett, M.W., Barron, R.W., & Benson, N.J. In H.L. Swanson, K. Harris, & S. Graham (Eds.), Handbook of Learning Disabilities. Effective remediation of word identification and decoding difficulties in school-age children. 2003; 273-292.
    51. Lovett, M.W. & Barron, R.W. In T.E. Feinberg & M.J. Farah (Eds.), Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychology. Developmental reading disorders. 2003; 801-819.
    52. Lovett, M.W. & Barron, R.W. In I. Rapin & S.J. Segalowitz (Eds.), F. Boller & J. Grafman (Series Eds.), Handbook of Neuropsychology: Child Neuropsychology. Second Edition. Volume 8, Part II. Neuropsychological perspectives on reading development and developmental reading disorders. 2003; 255-300.
    53. Cirino PT, Rashid FL, Sevcik RA, Lovett MW, Frijters JC, Wolf M, Morris RD. Psychometric stability of nationally normed and experimental decoding and related measures in children with reading disability. J Learn Disabil. 2002 Nov-Dec; 35(6):525-38. PMID: 15493250.
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    54. Cirino PT, Chin CE, Sevcik RA, Wolf M, Lovett M, Morris RD. Measuring socioeconomic status: reliability and preliminary validity for different approaches. Assessment. 2002 Jun; 9(2):145-55. PMID: 12066829.
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    55. Lovett, M.W. & Barron, R.W. In D. Molfese & V.J. Molfese (Ed.), Developmental Variations in Learning. Applications to Social, Executive Function, Language, and Reading Skills. The search for individual and subtype differences in reading disabled children’s response to remediation. 2002; 309-337.
    56. Wolf, M., Goldberg, A., Gidney, C., Lovett, M.W., Cirino, P., & Morris, R. The second deficit: An investigation of the independence of phonological and naming speed deficits in developmental dyslexia. Reading and Writing. 2002; (15):43-72.
    57. Chin CE, Ledesma HM, Cirino PT, Sevcik RA, Morris RD, Frijters JC, Lovett MW. Relation between Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test and WISC-III scores of children with RD. J Learn Disabil. 2001 Jan-Feb; 34(1):2-8. PMID: 15497268.
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    58. Lovett MW, Lacerenza L, Borden SL. Putting struggling readers on the PHAST track: a program to integrate phonological and strategy-based remedial reading instruction and maximize outcomes. J Learn Disabil. 2000 Sep-Oct; 33(5):458-76. PMID: 15495548.
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    59. Lovett MW, Steinbach KA, Frijters JC. Remediating the core deficits of developmental reading disability: a double-deficit perspective. J Learn Disabil. 2000 Jul-Aug; 33(4):334-58. PMID: 15493096.
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    60. Lovett, M.W., Lacerenza, L., Borden, S.L., Frijters, J.C., Steinbach, K.A., & De Palma, M. Components of effective remediation for developmental reading disability: Combining phonological and strategy-based instruction to improve outcomes. Journal of Educational Psychology. 2000; (92):263-283.
    61. Lovett, M.W. In R. Klein & P. McMullen (Eds.), Converging Methods for Understanding Reading and Dyslexia. Defining and remediating the core deficits of developmental dyslexia: Lessons from remedial outcome research with reading disabled children. 1999; 111-132.
    62. Barron, R.W., Lovett, M.W., & McCabe, R. Using talking computers to remediate reading and spelling disabilities: The critical role of the print-to-sound unit. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers. 1998; 4(30):610-616.
    63. Benson NJ, Lovett MW, Kroeber CL. Training and transfer-of-learning effects in disabled and normal readers: evidence of specific deficits. J Exp Child Psychol. 1997 Mar; 64(3):343-66. PMID: 9073377.
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    64. Lovett, M.W. & Steinbach, K.A. The effectiveness of remedial programs for reading disabled children of different ages: Does the benefit decrease for older children?. Learning Disability Quarterly. 1997; 3(20):189-210.
    65. Lovett, M.W. In T.E. Feinberg & M.J. Farah (Eds.), Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychology. Developmental reading disorders. 1997; 773-787.
    66. Lovett MW, Borden SL, Warren-Chaplin PM, Lacerenza L, DeLuca T, Giovinazzo R. Text comprehension training for disabled readers: an evaluation of reciprocal teaching and text analysis training programs. Brain Lang. 1996 Sep; 54(3):447-80. PMID: 8866058.
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    67. Lovett MW, Barron RW, Forbes JE, Cuksts B, Steinbach KA. Computer speech-based training of literacy skills in neurologically impaired children: a controlled evaluation. Brain Lang. 1994 Jul; 47(1):117-54. PMID: 7922474.
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    68. Lovett, M.W., Borden, S.L., DeLuca, T., Lacerenza, L., Benson, N.J., & Brackstone, D. Treating the core deficits of developmental dyslexia: Evidence of transfer-of-learning following strategy- and phonologically-based reading training programs. Developmental Psychology. 1994; 6(30):805-822.
    69. Lovett, M.W. In I. Rapin & S. J. Segalowitz (Eds.), F. Boller & J. Grafman (Series Eds.), Handbook of Neuropsychology, Vol.7: Child Neuropsychology. Developmental dyslexia. 1992; 163-185.
    70. Lovett, M.W. Reading, writing, and remediation: Perspectives on the dyslexic learning disability from remedial outcome data. Learning and Individual Differences. 1991; (3):295-305.
    71. Lovett, M.W. Individual difference predictors of treatment outcome in the remediation of specific reading disability. Learning and Individual Differences. 1990; 3(2):287-314.
    72. Lovett, M.W., Warren-Chaplin, P.M., Ransby, M.J. & Borden, S.L. Training the word recognition skills of dyslexic children: Treatment and transfer effects. 1990; 4(82):769-780.
    73. Dennis, M. & Lovett, M.W. In Y. Joanette & H. Brownell (Eds.), Discourse Ability and Brain Damage: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives. Discourse ability in children after brain damage. 1990; 199-223.
    74. Lovett MW, Ransby MJ, Hardwick N, Johns MS, Donaldson SA. Can dyslexia be treated? Treatment-specific and generalized treatment effects in dyslexic children's response to remediation. Brain Lang. 1989 Jul; 37(1):90-121. PMID: 2752277.
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    75. Lovett MW, Ransby MJ, Barron RW. Treatment, subtype, and word type effects in dyslexic children's response to remediation. Brain Lang. 1988 Jul; 34(2):328-49. PMID: 3401697.
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    76. Lovett MW. A developmental approach to reading disability: accuracy and speed criteria of normal and deficient reading skill. Child Dev. 1987 Feb; 58(1):234-60. PMID: 3816346.
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    77. Lovett MW, Dennis M, Newman JE. Making reference: the cohesive use of pronouns in the narrative discourse of hemidecorticate adolescents. Brain Lang. 1986 Nov; 29(2):224-51. PMID: 2431738.
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    78. Lovett MW. Sentential structure and the perceptual spans of two samples of disabled readers. J Psycholinguist Res. 1986 Mar; 15(2):153-75. PMID: 3701661.
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    79. Newman, J.E., Lovett, M.W., & Dennis, M. The use of discourse analysis in neurolinguistics: Some findings from the narratives of hemidecorticate adolescents. Topics in Language Disorders. 1986; 1(7):31-44.
    80. Lovett MW. A developmental perspective on reading dysfunction: accuracy and rate criteria in the subtyping of dyslexic children. Brain Lang. 1984 May; 22(1):67-91. PMID: 6722529.
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    81. Lovett MW. Sentential structure and the perceptual span in normal reading development. J Psycholinguist Res. 1984 Jan; 13(1):69-84. PMID: 6707978.
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    82. Lovett MW. The search for subtypes of specific reading disability: Reflections from a cognitive perspective. Ann Dyslexia. 1984 Jan; 34(1):153-78. PMID: 24243299.
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    83. Lovett, M.W. In G.E. MacKinnon & T.G. Waller (Eds.), Reading Research: Advances in Theory and Practice (Vol. 3). Reading skill and its development: Theoretical and empirical considerations. 1981.
    84. Dennis M, Lovett M, Wiegel-Crump CA. Written language acquisition after left or right hemidecortication in infancy. Brain Lang. 1981 Jan; 12(1):54-91. PMID: 7225791.
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    85. Lovett, M.W. The selective encoding of sentential information in normal reading development. Child Development. 1979; (50):897-900.
    86. Tsujimoto, K., Frijters, J.C., Boada, R., Gottwald, S., Hill, D., Jacobson, L.A., Lovett, M.W., Mahone, M., Willcutt, E., Wolf, M., Bosson-Heenan, J., & Gruen, J.R. Achievement attributions are associated with specific rather than general learning delays. Learning and Individual Differences, in press.
    87. Tsujimoto, K., Frijters, J.C., Boada, R., Gottwald, S., Hill, D., Jacobson, L.A., Lovett, M.W., Mahone, E.M., Willcutt, E., Wolf, M., Bosson-Heenan, J., & Gruen, J.R. Achievement attributions are associated with specific rather than general learning delays. Learning and Individual Differences, in press.
    88. Lovett, M.W., Steinbach, K.A., & De Palma, M. Dyslexia 101: Revisiting Etiology, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Policy. In P. McCardle, D. Compton, & J. Washington (Eds.), Baltimore, MD: Brookes, in press. Scaling up evidence-based interventions for reading disorders: Bringing research-based interventions to community practice in diverse settings.
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