Handbook of Reading Research - Vol. II

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AUTHOR INDEX
Abbott, V., 195
Abelson, R. P., 173, 188, 193, 195, 196-197, 200, 231, 828
Aborn, M., 430-431
Abramson, L. Y., 626, 999
Ackerman, B., 431
Ackerman, J. M., 270, 271
Ackerman, P. T., 577, 582, 603
Adams, A., 517, 867
Adams, C. S., 628
Adams, H., 174
Adams, M.746
Adams, M. J., 385
Adamson, J. W., 56, 58, 62
Adamson, S., 285
Adler, A., 432
Adoni, H., 74, 88
Afflerbach, P., 285, 472, 552, 562, 612, 986, 991
Agee, H., 461
Ahlbrand, W. P., Jr., 969
Aiken, R., 299
Airasian, P. W., 285, 289
Alatis, J. E., 101
Alba, J. W., 497
Alcorn, M., 465
Alderman, D. L., 319
Aldersley, S., 828, 829
Alderson, J. C., 99
Aldridge, A., 78
Alegria, J., 747
Alemma, A. A., 83
Alerup, P., 88
Alexander, C., 311
Alexander, K. L., 902-903, 904
Alexander, L., 281
Alexander, P., 614, 841
Alford, J. A., 430, 432, 774
Algozzine, B., 986, 987, 988, 989, 993
Alleman-Brooks, J., 865
Allen, C., 738
Allen, D. I., 956
Allen, J., 201
Allen, J. A., 761
Allen, J. B., 628, 727-728, 737-738, 740, 741, 749-750
Allen, R. V., 738
Allen, R. W., 271
Allington, R. L., 15-151, 299, 406, 432, 558, 630, 776, 898-899, 937, 939, 986, 988, 989, 990, 991-992, 993-994, 1000, 1002, 1005
Alpert, J. L., 898-899
Altick, R. D., 54, 61, 62
Altwerger, B., 271, 389
Alva, L., 113-114
Alvarez, D., 974
Alvarez, M. C., 954, 956
Alvermann, D. E., 294, 311, 819, 951, 954, 957, 965-966, 967, 968, 969, 974
Alwin, D. F., 902-903
Amarel, M., 299, 997
Ambach, G. M., 98
Ambert, A. N., 100
Ambrulevich, A. K., 469-470
American Book Company, 888
American Library Association, 139, 158
Ames, C., 1005
Ames, N. L., 989, 992
Ames, R., 628, 997, 1004, 1005
Ames, W. S., 799
Amidon, 923
Amijo, L., 670
Amirin, M. R., 230
Amlund, J. T., 845
Ammon, M. S., 101, 102, 107
Ammon, P., 101, 102
Anastasi, A., 285, 290
Anastasiow, N. J., 99
Anderson, B., 153
Anderson, C. A., 55, 58, 62, 63
Anderson, C. S., 900
Anderson, D. K., 720-721
Anderson, D. S., 1015, 1024-1025
Anderson, G., 88
Anderson, H. H., 923
Anderson, I. H., 545
Anderson, J. G. T., 325, 326
Anderson, J. I., 989
Anderson, J. R., 209, 211, 232, 505, 806
Anderson, L., 864, 865, 870, 893, 898-899, 927-928
Anderson, L. M., 870, 872, 873
Anderson, L. W., 129, 993
Anderson, P. A., 188, 192
Anderson, R. C., 80, 81, 82, 85, 86, 88, 89, 99, 137, 138, 149, 231, 240, 241, 284, 297, 399, 433, 461, 492, 497, 500, 530, 556, 561, 587, 631, 695, 697, 717, 722, 727, 759, 776, 791, 792, 793-794, 796, 798, 799, 800, 801, 805, 815, 817, 818, 820, 825, 836, 844, 861, 899, 954, 955, 957, 959, 962, 992, 995, 999, 1005, 1017
Anderson, T. H., 133, 827, 829-830, 833, 835, 867, 958, 959, 960, 961, 962
Anderson-Inman, L., 332, 334, 405
Anders, P. L., 807, 831, 957
Andre, M. E. D. A., 959, 961, 962
Andre, T., 954, 956, 962-963
Andrews, 1027
Andrews, G. R., 999
Andrews, L., 954, 956
Andrews, R. B., 345-346, 372
Andrews, S., 436
Anilo-Vento, L., 577, 582, 603
Anrig, G., 153
Anson, C. M., 264
Anson, R. J., 989, 992, 993
Antonak, R. A., 618
Appel, L. R., 125, 316, 319
Applebee, A. N., 8, 13, 14, 126, 137, 138, 247, 269, 296, 453, 455, 456, 457, 462, 465, 467, 472, 473, 475, 549, 623, 679, 842, 849, 862, 866, 873, 952, 966, 968, 969
Applebee, R. K., 79, 84
Appleman, D., 475, 478, 479
Apple, M. W., 137, 156, 163, 972
Archambault, F. X., 989, 992
Archbald, D. A., 293, 296-297
Archer, P., 288
Archwamety, T., 524
Aries, P., 886
Armbruster, B. B., 130, 133, 661, 827, 829-830, 833, 835, 867, 958, 960
Armor, D., 933
Armstrong, D. P., 954, 955, 963
Armstrong, R., 250
Arnold-Gerrity, D., 139
Arnold, H., 77, 80, 82, 85, 86
Arnold, H. F., 833
Arnold, V., 111
Arnove, R. F., 5, 156
Aron, J., 1002, 1006
Aronowitz, S., 22, 149
Arter, J. A., 988, 994, 995
Artley, A. S., 799
Asher, S. R., 88, 326, 561, 743, 866
Ashley, L. F., 77
Ashov, E. N., 87
Ashton, P., 161

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