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FOOTNOTES' BIBLIOGRAPHY

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SUPPLEMENTARY BIBLIOGRAPHY

Berninger Virginia W., ‘Evidence-based, developmentally appropriate writing skills k–5: teaching the orthographic loop of working memory to write letters so developing writers can spell words and express ideas’. Presented at Handwriting in the 21st Century?: An Educational Summit, Washington, D.C., January 23, 2012.

Mangen Anne, Velay Jean-Luc, ‘Digitizing Literacy: Reflections on the Haptics of Writing’ in Advances in Haptics, Mehrdad Hosseini Zadeh (ed.), April 1, 2010.
Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/advances-in-haptics/digitizing-literacy-reflections-on-the-haptics-of-writing

James Karin H., Atwood Thea P., ‘The role of sensorimotor learning in the perception of letter-like forms: tracking the causes of neural specialization for letters’, in Cognitive Neuropsychology, February 2009.
Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02643290802425914

Longcamp M., Boucard C., Gillhodes J.C., Velay J-L., ‘Remembering the orientation of newly learned characters depends on the associated writing knowledge: a comparison between handwriting and typing’, in Human Movement Science, October 2006.

Longcamp M., Anton J.L., Roth M., Velay J-L., ‘Visual presentation of single letters activates a premotor area involved in writing’, in Neuroimage, August 2003.

Harvey C., Henderson S., ‘Children’s handwriting in the first three years of school: consistency over time and its relationship to academic achievement’, Handwriting Review, vol. 11, 1997.

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