In a cross-sectional study with two groups of K3 and P1 children, we found that, with nonverbal IQ, phonological and orthographic awareness controlled, reading ability predicts writing skills in K3, but not writing predicting reading. However, in P1, bidirectional relationship was evident between reading and writing in Chinese. Copyright © 2018 Association for Psychological Science.
|Publication status||Published - May 2018|
|Event||30th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science - San Francisco, United States|
Duration: 24 May 2018 → 27 May 2018
|Conference||30th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science|
|Abbreviated title||APS 2018|
|Period||24/05/18 → 27/05/18|
CitationLin, D., Liu, Y., & Mak, H. C. K. (2018, May). Reading and writing connections in Chinese. Poster presented at the 30th APS Annual Convention, Hilton San Francisco Union Square, San Francisco, USA.