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Emma Sumner
Emma Sumner
UCL Institute of Education
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Children with dyslexia are slow writers because they pause more often and not because they are slow at handwriting execution
E Sumner, V Connelly, AL Barnett
Reading and writing 26 (6), 991-1008, 2013
1622013
The influence of spelling ability on handwriting production: children with and without dyslexia.
E Sumner, V Connelly, AL Barnett
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (5), 1441, 2014
1142014
Overlapping phenotypes in autism spectrum disorder and developmental coordination disorder: A cross-syndrome comparison of motor and social skills
E Sumner, HC Leonard, EL Hill
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46, 2609-2620, 2016
882016
The influence of spelling ability on vocabulary choices when writing for children with dyslexia
E Sumner, V Connelly, AL Barnett
Journal of learning disabilities 49 (3), 293-304, 2016
702016
Individual differences in the development of early writing skills: Testing the unique contribution of visuo-spatial working memory
L Bourke, SJ Davies, E Sumner, C Green
Reading and Writing 27, 315-335, 2014
632014
Examining the cognitive profile of children with Developmental Coordination Disorder
E Sumner, ML Pratt, EL Hill
Research in developmental disabilities 56, 10-17, 2016
562016
Oculomotor atypicalities in developmental coordination disorder
E Sumner, SB Hutton, G Kuhn, EL Hill
Developmental science 21 (1), e12501, 2018
552018
Emotional and behavioural problems in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder: Exploring parent and teacher reports
L Crane, E Sumner, EL Hill
Research in Developmental Disabilities 70, 67-74, 2017
512017
Writing and revision strategies of students with and without dyslexia
E Sumner, V Connelly
Journal of Learning Disabilities 53 (3), 189-198, 2020
172020
Patient-reported wellbeing and clinical disease measures over time captured by multivariate trajectories of disease activity in individuals with juvenile idiopathic arthritis …
SJW Shoop-Worrall, KL Hyrich, LR Wedderburn, W Thomson, N Geifman, ...
The Lancet Rheumatology 3 (2), e111-e121, 2021
162021
Comparing attention to socially-relevant stimuli in autism spectrum disorder and developmental coordination disorder
E Sumner, HC Leonard, EL Hill
Journal of abnormal child psychology 46, 1717-1729, 2018
122018
Is the motor impairment in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) a co-occurring deficit or a phenotypic characteristic?
EK Farran, A Bowler, H D’Souza, L Mayall, A Karmiloff-Smith, E Sumner, ...
Advances in Neurodevelopmental Disorders 4, 253-270, 2020
112020
Designing for “challenge” in a large‐scale adaptive literacy game for primary school children
L Benton, M Mavrikis, A Vasalou, N Joye, E Sumner, E Herbert, A Revesz, ...
British Journal of Educational Technology 52 (5), 1862-1880, 2021
102021
A review of dyslexia and expressive writing in english
E Sumner, V Connelly, AL Barnett
Writing Development in Children with Hearing Loss, Dyslexia, Or Oral …, 2014
92014
Children with dyslexia: Spelling as a constraint on writing development
E Sumner
Oxford Brookes University, 2013
92013
Do children with reading difficulties benefit from instructional game supports? Exploring children's attention and understanding of feedback
A Vasalou, L Benton, S Ibrahim, E Sumner, N Joye, E Herbert
British journal of Educational technology 52 (6), 2359-2373, 2021
72021
Subtle oculomotor difficulties and their relation to motor skill in children with autism spectrum disorder
E Sumner, SB Hutton, EL Hill
Advances in Neurodevelopmental Disorders 5, 144-155, 2021
72021
Examining academic confidence and study support needs for university students with dyslexia and/or developmental coordination disorder
E Sumner, L Crane, EL Hill
Dyslexia 27 (1), 94-109, 2021
72021
Dyslexia and writing: poor spelling can interfere with good quality composition
V Connelly, EJ Sumner, A Barnett
Brookes ejournal of Learning and Teaching 6 (2), 2014
42014
Examining cognitive, motivational and environmental factors that relate to reading performance for children with English as a first or additional language.
D Hoxha, E Sumner
The Language Learning Journal 50 (6), 698-711, 2022
32022
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