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Lee Farrington-Flint

Lee Farrington-Flint

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Lee Farrington-Flint

Lee Farrington-Flint

About me

Dr Lee Farrington-Flint is a Lecturer in Developmental Psychology at The Open University. 

Biography

Lee Farrington-Flint's research

Jean D. M. Underwood and Lee Farrington-Flint (2014) Learning and the E-Generation (2nd ed), John Wiley & Sons

Sarah Critten and Lee Farrington-Flint (2014-06) The development of spelling and reading strategies and children's sensitivity to word type, In Conference on Writing Research 2014

Emily Coyne et al. (2013-09) Longitudinal study of scaffolding errors and their impact on children's strategy choice in reading, In British Psychological Society Joint Cognitive and Developmental Section Annual Conference

Sarah Critten, Lee Farrington-Flint and Emily Jones (2013-09) The development of spelling and reading strategies and children’s sensitivity to word type, In British Psychological Society Joint Cognitive and Developmental Section Annual Conference

Emily Coyne et al. (2012) Sensitivity to rime unit frequency and children's early word-reading strategies, In Journal of Research in Reading 4(35)

Jean D.M Underwood, Lianne Kerlin and Lee Farrington-Flint (2011) The lies we tell and what they say about us: using behavioural characteristics to explain Facebook activity, In Computers in Human Behaviour 5(27)

Lee Farrington-Flint et al. (2010-06) Children's patterns of reasoning about reading and addition concepts, In British Journal of Developmental Psychology 2(28)

Lucy Betts et al. (2010) Development during the early years, Sage

Lee Farrington-Flint et al. (2010) Development during the school years, Sage

Emily Coyne et al. (2010) The influence of rime-unit frequency on children’s lexical word-reading strategies, In Seventeenth Annual Meeting, Society for the Scientific Study of Reading

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