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Led by Professor Maggie Snowling, Professor Charles Hulme and Dr Emma Hayiou-Thomas this six-year longitudinal study from 2007, funded by the Wellcome Trust, investigated the nature of the developmental relationships between dyslexia and specific language impairment (SLI).

Archive

Presentations given by members of the Project Team at earlier stages of the Wellcome Language and Reading Project

Project background

Background

Led by Professor Maggie Snowling, Professor Charles Hulme and Dr Emma Hayiou-Thomas this six-year longitudinal study from 2007, funded by the Wellcome Trust, investigated the nature of the developmental relationships between dyslexia and specific language impairment (SLI).

Case studies

Case studies

Two cases studies featuring children involved in the project

Key findings

Findings

Summary of the key findings from the project

Presentations

Presentations

Presentations on our findings

Publications

A list of the publications resulting from the Wellcome Language and Reading Project

Research implications

Implications for dyslexia and for language learning impairments

Research staff

Wellcome Language and Reading Project team

Useful resources

Project newsletters and updates