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Theoretical explanations for preschoolers' lowercase alphabet knowledge

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A study of several measures of children's letter knowledge, including the relationships among lowercase letter knowledge and uppercase familiarity, uppercase-lowercase similarity, own-name advantage, and frequency in printed English, based on data from 461 low income 3- through 5-year-olds in public preschools
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United States

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