Nicole J. Conrad, Ph.D.

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2002 McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada 
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Betty Ann Levy grad student 2002 McMaster University
 (Letter processing in children with naming speed deficits.)
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Conrad NJ. (2013) Practicing what is preached: Self-reflections on memory in a memory course Teaching of Psychology. 40: 44-47
Conrad NJ, Harris N, Williams J. (2013) Individual differences in children's literacy development: The contribution of orthographic knowledge Reading and Writing. 26: 1223-1239
Conrad NJ, Walsh J, Allen JM, et al. (2011) Examining infants' preferences for tempo in lullabies and playsongs. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie ExpéRimentale. 65: 168-72
Tsang CD, Conrad NJ. (2011) Music training and reading readiness Music Perception. 29: 157-163
Conrad NJ, Levy BA. (2011) Training letter and orthographic pattern recognition in children with slow naming speed Reading and Writing. 24: 91-115
Tsang CD, Conrad NJ. (2010) Does the message matter? The effect of song type on infants' pitch preferences for lullabies and playsongs. Infant Behavior & Development. 33: 96-100
Conrad NJ. (2008) From Reading to Spelling and Spelling to Reading: Transfer Goes Both Ways Journal of Educational Psychology. 100: 869-878
Deacon SH, Conrad N, Pacton S. (2008) A statistical learning perspective on children's learning about graphotactic and morphological regularities in spelling Canadian Psychology. 49: 118-124
Conrad NJ, Schmidt LA, Niccols A, et al. (2007) Frontal electroencephalogram asymmetry during affective processing in children with Down syndrome: a pilot study. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research : Jidr. 51: 988-95
Conrad NJ, Levy BA. (2007) Letter processing and the formation of memory representations in children with naming speed deficits Reading and Writing. 20: 201-223
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