Pekka Niemi
Pekka Niemi
Department of Psychology, University of Turku, Finland
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Foreperiod and simple reaction time.
P Niemi, R Näätänen
Psychological bulletin 89 (1), 133, 1981
11461981
Development of reading skills among preschool and primary school pupils
U Leppänen, P Niemi, K Aunola, JE NURMI
Reading Research Quarterly 39 (1), 72-93, 2004
2592004
Transition to formal schooling: Do transition practices matter for academic performance?
A Ahtola, G Silinskas, PL Poikonen, M Kontoniemi, P Niemi, JE Nurmi
Early childhood research quarterly 26 (3), 295-302, 2011
2502011
Event-related brain potentials and the perception of a phonetic continuum
O Aaltonen, P Niemi, T Nyrke, M Tuhkanen
Biological Psychology 24 (3), 197-207, 1987
2391987
Development of the letter identity span in reading: Evidence from the eye movement moving window paradigm
T Häikiö, R Bertram, J Hyönä, P Niemi
Journal of experimental child psychology 102 (2), 167-181, 2009
2322009
Letter knowledge predicts Grade 4 reading fluency and reading comprehension
U Leppänen, K Aunola, P Niemi, JE Nurmi
Learning and Instruction 18 (6), 548-564, 2008
2022008
Development of and relationship between phonological and motivational processes and naming speed in predicting word recognition in grade 1
J Lepola, E Poskiparta, E Laakkonen, P Niemi
Scientific Studies of Reading 9 (4), 367-399, 2005
1992005
Developmental dynamics of achievement strategies, reading performance, and parental beliefs
K Aunola, JE Nurmi, P Niemi, MK Lerkkanen, H Rasku‐Puttonen
Reading Research Quarterly 37 (3), 310-327, 2002
1862002
The role of phonological memory, word recognition, and comprehension skills in reading development: From preschool to grade 2
M Dufva, P Niemi, MJM Voeten
Reading and Writing 14 (1-2), 91-117, 2001
1792001
Development of reading and spelling Finnish from preschool to grade 1 and grade 2
U Leppanen, P Nieme, K Aunola, JE Nurmi
Scientific studies of reading 10 (1), 3-30, 2006
1712006
The role of inference making and other language skills in the development of narrative listening comprehension in 4–6‐year‐old children
J Lepola, J Lynch, E Laakkonen, M Silvén, P Niemi
Reading Research Quarterly 47 (3), 259-282, 2012
1692012
Reading long words embedded in sentences: Informativeness of word halves affects eye movements.
J Hyönä, P Niemi, G Underwood
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 15 (1), 142, 1989
1671989
Inducing affective states with success-failure manipulations: a meta-analysis.
L Nummenmaa, P Niemi
Emotion 4 (2), 207, 2004
1652004
Motivational‐emotional vulnerability and difficulties in learning to read and spell
E Poskiparta, P Niemi, J Lepola, A Ahtola, P Laine
British Journal of Educational Psychology 73 (2), 187-206, 2003
1412003
Cortical differences in tonal versus vowel processing as revealed by an ERP component called mismatch negativity (MMN)
O Aaltonen, J Tuomainen, M Laine, P Niemi
Brain and language 44 (2), 139-152, 1993
1371993
Do maternal interaction and early language predict phonological awareness in 3-to 4-year-olds?
M Silvén, P Niemi, MJM Voeten
Cognitive development 17 (1), 1133-1155, 2002
1272002
Who benefits from training in linguistic awareness in the first grade, and what components show training effects?
E Poskiparta, P Niemi, M Vauras
Journal of learning disabilities 32 (5), 437-446, 1999
1191999
Eye movements during repeated reading of a text
J Hyönä, P Niemi
Acta psychologica 73 (3), 259-280, 1990
1181990
Cognitive-linguistic skills and motivation as longitudinal predictors of reading and arithmetic achievement: A follow-up study from kindergarten to grade 2
J Lepola, P Niemi, M Kuikka, MM Hannula
International Journal of Educational Research 43 (4-5), 250-271, 2005
1012005
Cohort profile: Steps to the healthy development and well-being of children (the STEPS Study)
H Lagström, P Rautava, A Kaljonen, H Räihä, P Pihlaja, P Korpilahti, ...
International journal of epidemiology 42 (5), 1273-1284, 2013
1002013
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