Professor Usha Goswami

Usha Goswami

University position


Professor Usha Goswami is pleased to consider applications from prospective PhD students.


Department of Psychology


Centre for Neuroscience in Education


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Research Theme

Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience


I am the Director of the Centre for Neuroscience in Education. The Centre uses EEG and fNIRS to explore the developing brain. Key research projects include the neural basis of developmental dyslexia, the neural basis of speech and language impairments, and the neural basis of rhythmic motor behaviour. Funding comes from the MRC, EU Framework VI, the ESRC and The Leverhulme Trust.

Research Focus






Clinical conditions

Childhood disorders


Hearing and balance deficits

Language disorders

Learning disabilities


Behavioural analysis

Electroencephalography (EEG)

Neuropsychological testing


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Key publications

Goswami U, Wang HL, Cruz A, Fosker T, Mead N, Huss M (2011), “Language-universal sensory deficits in developmental dyslexia: English, Spanish, and Chinese.” J Cogn Neurosci 23(2):325-37 Details

Beddington J, Cooper CL, Field J, Goswami U, Huppert FA, Jenkins R, Jones HS, Kirkwood TBL, Sahakian BJ & Thomas SM (2008), “The mental wealth of nations. ” Nature 455: 1057-1060.

Goswami U (2006), “Neuroscience and education: from research to practice?” Nat Rev Neurosci 7(5):406-11 Details



Goswami, U. (2016), “Educational neuroscience: Neural structure-mapping and the promise of oscillations” Current Opinion in Behavioural Sciences 10, 89-96

Goswami, U., Cumming, R., Chait, M., Huss, M., Mead, N., Barnes, L., Wilson, A., Fosker, T. (2016), “Perception of filtered speech by children with developmental dyslexia and children with specific language impairments.” Frontiers in Psychology 7, 791

Kuppen, S. & Goswami, U. (2016), “Auditory and phonological trajectories for children with dyslexia and low IQ poor readers. ” Developmental Psychology 52(5), 717-34


Cumming R, Wilson A, Goswami U (2015), “Basic auditory processing and sensitivity to prosodic structure in children with specific language impairments: A new look at a perceptual hypothesis.” Front. Psychol 6:972

Cumming R, Wilson A, Leong V, Colling LJ, Goswami U (2015), “Awareness of rhythm patterns in speech and music in children with specific language impairments” Front Hum Neurosci 9, 672

Goswami U (2015), “Visual attention span deficits and assessing causality in developmental dyslexia.” Nat Rev Neurosci 16(4):225 Details

Goswami U (2015), “Sensory theories of developmental dyslexia: three challenges for research.” Nat Rev Neurosci 16(1):43-54 Details

Leong V, Goswami U (2015), “Acoustic-emergent phonology in the amplitude envelope of child-directed speech” PLoS One 10(12)

Richards S, Goswami U (2015), “Auditory processing in Specific Language Impairment (SLI): Relations with the perception of lexical and phrasal stress” J Speech Lang Hear Res 58(4):1292-305


Bishop-Liebler P, Welch G, Huss M, Thomson JM, Goswami U (2014), “Auditory temporal processing skills in musicians with dyslexia.” Dyslexia 20(3):261-79 Details

Goswami U (2014), “The neural basis of dyslexia may originate in primary auditory cortex.” Brain 137(Pt 12):3100-2 Details

Goswami U, Power AJ, Lallier M, Facoetti A (2014), “Oscillatory "temporal sampling" and developmental dyslexia: toward an over-arching theoretical framework.” Front Hum Neurosci 8:904 Details

Kuppen S, Huss M & Goswami U (2014), “A longitudinal study of basic auditory processing and phonological skills in children with low IQ” Applied Psycholinguistics First View: 1-33

Leong V, Goswami U (2014), “Assessment of rhythmic entrainment at multiple timescales in dyslexia: Evidence for disruption to syllable timing.” Hear Res 308:141-61 Details

Leong V, Goswami U (2014), “Impaired extraction of speech rhythm from temporal modulation patterns in speech in developmental dyslexia.” Front Hum Neurosci 8:96 Details

Leong V, Stone MA, Turner RE, Goswami U (2014), “A role for amplitude modulation phase relationships in speech rhythm perception.” J Acoust Soc Am 136(1):366 Details


Bhide A, Power A, Goswami U. (2013), “A Rhythmic Musical Intervention for Poor Readers: A Comparison of Efficacy With a Letter-Based Intervention” MBE 7(2): 113-123

Devine A, Soltesz F, Nobes A, Goswami U, Szucs D (2013), “Gender differences in developmental dyscalculia depend on diagnostic criteria. ” Learn Instr 27: 31-39

Goswami U (2013), “Dyslexia - in tune but out of time.” Psychologist 26(2): 106-109

Goswami U (2013), “The development of reasoning by analogy. ” In Pierre Barrouillet and Caroline Gauffroy (Eds). The Development of Thinking and Reasoning 49-70

Goswami U, Huss M, Mead N, Fosker T, Verney JP (2013), “Perception of patterns of musical beat distribution in phonological developmental dyslexia: significant longitudinal relations with word reading and reading comprehension.” Cortex 49(5):1363-76 Details

Goswami U, Leong V (2013), “Speech rhythm and temporal structure: Converging perspectives?” Lab. Phon. 4 (1): 67-92

Goswami U, Mead N, Fosker T, Huss M, Barnes L, Leong V (2013), “Impaired perception of syllable stress in children with dyslexia: A longitudinal study” J Mem Lang 69(1): 1-17

Hruby GG, Goswami U (2013), “Educational neuroscience for reading education researchers.” In D Alvermann, N Unrau and R Ruddell (Eds), Theoretical Models and Processes of Reading (6th ed.) 558-588

Kyle F, Kujala J, Richardson U, Lyytinen H, Goswami U. (2013), “Assessing the Effectiveness of Two Theoretically Motivated Computer-Assisted Reading Interventions in the United Kingdom: GG Rime and GG Phoneme” RRQ 48(1): 61-76

MacSweeney M, Goswami U, Neville H (2013), “The neurobiology of rhyme judgment by deaf and hearing adults: An ERP study” J Cog Neurosci 25(7): 1037-1048

Macsweeney M, Goswami U, Neville H (2013), “The neurobiology of rhyme judgment by deaf and hearing adults: an ERP study.” J Cogn Neurosci 25(7):1037-48 Details

Megnin-Viggars O, Goswami U (2013), “Audiovisual perception of noise vocoded speech in dyslexic and non-dyslexic adults: the role of low-frequency visual modulations.” Brain Lang 124(2):165-73 Details

Power AJ, Mead N, Barnes L, Goswami U (2013), “Neural entrainment to rhythmic speech in children with developmental dyslexia.” Front Hum Neurosci 7:777 Details

Power AJ, Mead N, Barnes L, Goswami U (2013), “Erratum: Neural entrainment to rhythmically-presented auditory, visual and audio-visual speech in children.” Front Psychol 4:905 Details

Soltész F, Szűcs D, Leong V, White S, Goswami U (2013), “Differential entrainment of neuroelectric delta oscillations in developmental dyslexia.” PLoS One 8(10):e76608 Details

Szucs D & Goswami U (2013), “ Developmental dyscalculia: Fresh perspectives.” Trends in Neuroscience and Education 2 (2): 33-37

Thomson J, Leong V & Goswami U (2013), “Auditory processing interventions and developmental dyslexia: A comparison of phonemic and rhythmic approaches” Read Write 26: 139-161


Goswami U (2012), “Universals of reading: developmental evidence for linguistic plausibility.” Behav Brain Sci 35(5):287-8 Details

Goswami U (2012), “Neuroscience and Education: Can we go from basic research to translation? A possible framework from dyslexia research” Brit J Educ Psychol 1(1): 129-142

Goswami U (2012), “Principles of learning, implications for teaching? Cognitive neuroscience and the classroom. ” In S Della Salla & M Anderson (Eds)Neuroscience in Education: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. Chapter 4

Goswami U (2012), “Reading and spelling: Revisiting Bradley and Bryant's study.” In Alan M. Slater & Paul C. Quinn (Eds) Developmental Psychology: Revisiting the Classic Studies 132-147

Goswami U, Wyse D (2012), “Early Reading Development” In J Larson & J Marsh (Eds),Handbook of Early Childhood Literacy, 2nd Edition.

Goswami, U (2012), “Entraining the brain: Applications to language research and links to musical entrainment. ” Musicology Review 7(1-2):57-63

Hämäläinen JA, Rupp A, Soltész F, Szücs D, Goswami U (2012), “Reduced phase locking to slow amplitude modulation in adults with dyslexia: an MEG study.” Neuroimage 59(3):2952-61 Details

Power AJ, Mead N, Barnes L, Goswami U (2012), “Neural entrainment to rhythmically presented auditory, visual, and audio-visual speech in children.” Front Psychol 3:216 Details

Wang HLS, Huss M, Hamalainen JA, Goswami U (2012), “Basic auditory processing and developmental dyslexia in Chinese” Read Writ 25(2): 509-536


Goswami U (2011), “A temporal sampling framework for developmental dyslexia.” Trends Cogn Sci 15(1):3-10 Details

Goswami U (2011), “What cognitive neuroscience really tells educators about learning and development. ” . In J. Moyles, J. Paylor, J. Georgeson, Eds, Beginning Teaching, Beginning Learning, 4th Edition 21-31

Goswami U, Fosker T, Huss M, Mead N, Szucs D (2011), “Rise time and formant transition duration in the discrimination of speech sounds: the Ba-Wa distinction in developmental dyslexia.” Dev Sci 14(1):34-43 Details

Goswami U, Szűcs D (2011), “Educational neuroscience: Developmental mechanisms: towards a conceptual framework.” Neuroimage 57(3): 651-658

Goswami U, Szũcs D (2011), “Educational neuroscience: Developmental mechanisms: towards a conceptual framework.” Neuroimage 57(3):651-8 Details

Hämäläinen JA, Fosker T, Szücs D, Goswami U (2011), “N1, P2 and T-complex of the auditory brain event-related potentials to tones with varying rise times in adults with and without dyslexia.” Int J Psychophysiol 81(1):51-9 Details

Hruby G, Goswami U (2011), “Neuroscience and reading: A review for reading education researchers” Read Res Quart 46: 156-172

Huss M, Verney JP, Fosker T, Mead N, Goswami U (2011), “Music, rhythm, rise time perception and developmental dyslexia: perception of musical meter predicts reading and phonology.” Cortex 47(6):674-89 Details

Kuppen S, Huss M, Fosker T, Fegan N & Goswami U (2011), “Basic auditory processing skills and phonological awareness in low-IQ readers and typically-developing controls” Scientific Studies of Reading 15(3): 211:243

Soltész F, Goswami U, White S, Szűcs D (2011), “Executive function effects and numerical development in children: Behavioural and ERP evidence from a numerical Stroop paradigm” Learning and Individual Differences 21(6): 662-671

Stefanics G, Fosker T, Huss M, Mead N, Szucs D, Goswami U (2011), “Auditory sensory deficits in developmental dyslexia: a longitudinal ERP study.” Neuroimage 57(3):723-32 Details


Corriveau KH, Goswami U, Thomson JM (2010), “Auditory processing and early literacy skills in a preschool and kindergarten population.” J Learn Disabil 43(4):369-82 Details

Fischer KW, Goswami U, Geake J (2010), “The future of educational neuroscience” Mind, Brain & Education 4: 68-80

Fraser J, Goswami U, Conti-Ramsden G (2010), “Dyslexia and specific language impairment: The role of phonology and auditory processing” Scientific Studies of Reading 14(1): 8-29

Goswami U (2010), “Phonology, reading and reading difficulties” In Hall K, Goswami U, Harrison C, Ellis S, Soler J (Eds). Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Learning to Read: Culture, Cognition and Pedagogy. 103-116

Goswami U (2010), “The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Childhood Cognitive Development: 2nd Edition” Blackwell Handbooks of Developmental Psychology

Goswami U (2010), “A psycholinguistic grain size view of reading acquisition across languages.” In N. Brunswick, S. McDougall & P. Mornay-Davies (Eds). Reading and dyslexia in different orthographies

Goswami U (2010), “Language, music and children's brains: A rhythmic timing perspective on language and music as cognitive systems.” In P Rebuschat et al. (Eds.) Language and Music as Cognitive Systems. 292-301

Johnson C, Goswami U (2010), “Phonological awareness, vocabulary, and reading in deaf children with cochlear implants.” J Speech Lang Hear Res 53(2):237-61 Details

Stefanics G, Fosker T, Fegan N, Huss M, Szücs D, Goswami U (2010), “Amplitude envelope onset (rise time) detection and developmental dyslexia — A longitudinal ERP study” Int J Psychophysiol 77(3): 236-237

Thomson JM, & Goswami U (2010), “Learning novel phonological representations in developmental dyslexia: Associations with basic auditory processing of rise time and phonological awareness.” Read Write 23: 453-69


Corriveau KH, Goswami U (2009), “Rhythmic motor entrainment in children with speech and language impairments: tapping to the beat.” Cortex 45(1):119-30 Details

Goswami U (2009), “Mind, brain, and literacy: biomarkers as usable knowledge for education.” Mind, Brain, and Education 3(3): 176-184

goswami U (2009), “The Basic Processes in Reading: Insights from Neuroscience” The Cambridge Handbook of Literacy

Goswami U, Gerson D, Astruc L (2009), “Amplitude envelope perception, phonology and prosodic sensitivity in children with developmental dyslexia” Read Write 23(8): 995-1019

Hämäläinen JA, Leppänen PHT, Eklund K, Thomson J, Richardson U, Guttorm TK, Witton C, Poikkeus, A-M, Goswami U, Lyytinen H (2009), “Common variance in amplitude envelope perception tasks and their impact on phoneme duration perception and reading and spelling in Finnish children with reading disabilities” Applied Psycholinguistics 30(3):511-530

James D, Rajput K, Brinton J, Goswami U (2009), “Orthographic influences on phonological awareness in deaf children who use cochlear implants.” Applied Psycholinguistics 30: 659-684

Jones CR, Happé F, Baird G, Simonoff E, Marsden AJ, Tregay J, Phillips RJ, Goswami U, Thomson JM, Charman T (2009), “Auditory discrimination and auditory sensory behaviours in autism spectrum disorders.” Neuropsychologia 47(13):2850-8 Details

Jones CRG, Happé F, Baird G, Simonoff E, Marsden AJ, Tregay J, Phillips RJ, Goswami U, Thomson JM (2009), “Auditory discrimination and auditory sensory behaviours in autism spectrum disorders.” Neuropsychologia 47(13): 2850-8

MacSweeney M, Brammer MJ, Waters D, Goswami U (2009), “Enhanced activation of the left inferior frontal gyrus in deaf and dyslexic adults during rhyming” Brain 132: 1928-1940

MacSweeney M, Brammer MJ, Waters D, Goswami U (2009), “Enhanced activation of the left inferior frontal gyrus in deaf and dyslexic adults during rhyming.” Brain 132(Pt 7):1928-40 Details

Suranyi Z, Csepe V, Richardson U, Thomson JM, Honbolygo F, Goswami U (2009), “Sensitivity to Rhythmic Parameters in Dyslexic Children: A Comparison of Hungarian and English” Read Write 3(3): 176-184

Szücs D, Soltész F, Goswami U (2009), “Beyond format-specificity: is analogue magnitude really the core abstract feature of the cultural number representation? ” Behavioral and Brain Sciences 32(3-4): 352-353

Thomson JM, Goswami U, Baldeweg T (2009), “The ERP signature of sound rise time changes.” Brain Res 1254:74-83 Details


Beddington J, Cooper CL, Field J, Goswami U, Huppert FA, Jenkins R, Jones HS, Kirkwood TB, Sahakian BJ, Thomas SM (2008), “The mental wealth of nations.” Nature 455(7216):1057-60 Details

Cooper CL, Field J, Goswami U, Jenkins R, & Sahakian BJ (2008), “Learning difficulties: Future challenges” Mental Capital and Wellbeing

Goswami U (2008), “The development of reading across languages.” Ann N Y Acad Sci 1145:1-12 Details

Goswami U (2008), “Reading, dyslexia and the brain” Educational Research 50(2): 135-148

Goswami U (2008), “Learning difficulties - Future challenges. ” Foresight Mental Capital and Wellbeing Project

Goswami U (2008), “Principles of learning, implications for teaching: a cognitive neuroscience perspective. ” Journal of Philosophy of Education 42(3-4): 381-399

Goswami U (2008), “Reading, complexity and the brain” Literacy 42(2): 67-74

Goswami U (2008), “Analogy and the brain: A new perspective on relational primacy.” Goswami U (2008). Analogy and the brain: A new perspective on relational primacy. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31(4): 387-8

Goswami U (2008), “ Cognitive Development: The Learning Brain” Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis.

Green JA, Goswami U (2008), “Synesthesia and number cognition in children.” Cognition 106(1):463-73 Details

James D, Brinton J, Rajput K, Goswami U (2008), “Phonological awareness, vocabulary, and word reading in children who use cochlear Implants: Does age of implantation explain individual variability in performance outcomes and growth?” J Deaf Stud Deaf Educ 13: 117-137

James D, Rajput K, Brinton J, Goswami U (2008), “Phonological awareness, vocabulary, and word reading in children who use cochlear implants: does age of implantation explain individual variability in performance outcomes and growth?” J Deaf Stud Deaf Educ 13(1):117-37 Details

MacSweeney M, Waters D, Brammer MJ, Woll B, Goswami U (2008), “Phonological processing in deaf signers and the impact of age of first language acquisition. ” NeuroImage 40(3): 1369-79

MacSweeney M, Waters D, Brammer MJ, Woll B, Goswami U (2008), “Phonological processing in deaf signers and the impact of age of first language acquisition.” Neuroimage 40(3):1369-79 Details

Thomson JM, Goswami U (2008), “Rhythmic processing in children with developmental dyslexia: auditory and motor rhythms link to reading and spelling.” J Physiol Paris 102(1-3):120-9 Details

Wyse D & Goswami U (2008), “Synthetic phonics and the teaching of reading” BERJ 34(6): 691-710


Corriveau K, Pasquini E, Goswami U (2007), “Basic auditory processing skills and specific language impairment: a new look at an old hypothesis.” J Speech Lang Hear Res 50(3):647-66 Details

Goswami U (2007), “Typical reading development and developmental dyslexia across languages.” In D. Coch, G. Dawson & K.F. Fischer. Human Behaviour, Learning and the Developing Brain: Atypical Development

Goswami U (2007), “Learning to read across languages: the role of phonics and synthetic phonics. ” In K. Goouch Understanding Phonics and the Teaching of Reading.

Goswami U, Bryant PE (2007), “Children's cognitive development and learning” Research survey for the Esme Fairburn Foundation Review,

Pasquini ES, Corriveau KH & Goswami U (2007), “Auditory processing of amplitude envelope rise time in adults diagnosed with developmental dyslexia.” Scientific Studies of Reading 11(3): 259-286

Szücs D, Goswami U (2007), “Educational neuroscience: Defining a new discipline for the study of mental representations” Mind Brain Educ 1(3): 114-127


Goswami U (2006), “The foundations of psychological understanding.” Dev Sci 9(6):545-50 Details

Goswami U (2006), “Sensorimotor impairments in dyslexia: getting the beat.” Dev Sci 9(3):257-9; discussion 265-9 Details

Goswami U (2006), “Reading.” In J. Reed & J. Warner-Rogers (Eds.). Child Neuropsychology: Concepts, theory and practice.

Goswami U (2006), “Phonological Awareness and Literacy.” In: Keith Brown (Ed.),Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics, Second Edition

Goswami U (2006), “Cognitive Development: Critical Concepts in Psychology” London: Routledge

Goswami U, Ziegler JC (2006), “A developmental perspective on the neural code for written words.” Trends Cogn Sci 10(4):142-3 Details

Thomson J, Fryer B, Maltby J, Goswami, U (2006), “Auditory and motor rhythm awareness in adults with dyslexia.” Journal of Research in Reading 29(3): 334-348

Ziegler JC, Goswami U (2006), “Becoming literate in different languages: similar problems, different solutions.” Dev Sci 9(5):429-36 Details


Goswami U (2005), “The brain in the classroom? The state of the art.” Dev Sci 8(6):467-9 Details

Goswami U (2005), “Synthetic Phonics and Learning to Read: A Cross-Language Perspective.” Educational Psychology in Practice 21(4): 273-282

Goswami U (2005), “Commentary on G. Thierry: The use of event related potentials in the study of early cognitive development” Infant & Child Development 14: 95-98

Goswami U, Pauen S (2005), “The effects of a "family" analogy on class inclusion reasoning by young children. ” Swiss Journal of Psychology 64: 115-124

Goswami U, Ziegler JC, Richardson U (2005), “The effects of spelling consistency on phonological awareness: a comparison of English and German.” J Exp Child Psychol 92(4):345-65 Details

James D, Rajput K, Brinton J, Goswami, U (2005), “Phonological awareness in deaf children who use cochlear implants” Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 48: 1511-1528

Thomson JM, Richardson U, Goswami U (2005), “Phonological similarity neighborhoods and children's short-term memory: typical development and dyslexia.” Mem Cognit 33(7):1210-9 Details

Ziegler JC, Goswami U (2005), “Reading acquisition, developmental dyslexia, and skilled reading across languages: a psycholinguistic grain size theory.” Psychol Bull 131(1):3-29 Details


Goswami U (2004), “Neuroscience and education.” Br J Educ Psychol 74(Pt 1):1-14 Details

Muneaux M, Ziegler JC, Truc C, Thomson J, Goswami U (2004), “Deficits in beat perception and dyslexia: evidence from French.” Neuroreport 15(8):1255-9 Details

Richardson U, Thomson JM, Scott SK, Goswami U (2004), “Auditory processing skills and phonological representation in dyslexic children.” Dyslexia 10(3):215-33 Details


De Cara B, Goswami U (2003), “Phonological neighbourhood density: effects in a rhyme awareness task in five-year-old children.” J Child Lang 30(3):695-710 Details

Goswami U (2003), “Why theories about developmental dyslexia require developmental designs.” Trends Cogn Sci 7(12):534-40 Details

Goswami U (2003), “How to Beat Dyslexia: The Broadbent Lecture 2003.” The Psychologist 16(9)L 462-465

Goswami U (2003), “Phonology, Reading Development and Dyslexia: A Cross-Language Analysis” Bulletin of the Professional Association of Teachers of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties 16(2): 2-8

Goswami U (2003), “Orthography, phonology and reading development: A cross-linguistic perspective. ” In M. Joshi (Ed.), Linguistic relativity of orthographic and phonological structures. Dordrecht, NL: Kluwer

Goswami U (2003), “Phonology, learning to read and dyslexia: A cross-linguistic analysis.” In V. Csepe (Ed.),Dyslexia: Different Brain, Different Behaviour 1-40

Goswami U, Ziegler J, Dalton L, Schneider W (2003), “Nonword reading across orthographies: How flexible is the choice of reading units?” Applied Psycholinguistics 24: 235-247


De Cara B, Goswami U (2002), “Similarity relations among spoken words: the special status of rimes in English.” Behav Res Methods Instrum Comput 34(3):416-23 Details

Goswami U (2002), “Phonology, reading development and dyslexia: A cross-linguistic perspective.” Annals of Dyslexia 52: 1-23

Goswami U (2002), “In the beginning was the rhyme? A reflection on Hulme, Hatcher, Nation, Brown, Adams, and Stuart (2002).” J Exp Child Psychol 82(1):47-57; discussion 58-64 Details

Goswami U (2002), “Inductive and Deductive Reasoning.” In U. Goswami (Ed.), Blackwell's Handbook of Childhood Cognitive Development 282-302

Goswami U (2002), “). Rhymes, phonemes and learning to read: Interpreting recent research. ” In M. Cook (Ed.) Perspectives on the Teaching and Learning of Phonics 41-60

Goswami U (2002), “Developmental Dyslexia in English. ” In I. Smythe, J. Everatt and R. Salter,International Book of Dyslexia, 2nd Edition.

Goswami U (2002), “Cognitive Development” In J.J. Ponzetti (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Marriage and Family Relationships, 2nd Edition

Goswami U (2002), “Blackwell Handbook of Childhood Cognitive Development” Oxford: Blackwell

Goswami U, Thomson J, Richardson U, Stainthorp R, Hughes D, Rosen S, Scott SK (2002), “Amplitude envelope onsets and developmental dyslexia: A new hypothesis.” Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 99(16):10911-6 Details


Goswami U (2001), “Cognitive development: No stages please - we're British.” Br J Psychol 92 Part 1:257-277 Details

Goswami U (2001), “Developmental dyslexia.” In N.J. Smelser, and P.B. Baltes, (Eds) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioural Science: Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience 3918-3921

Goswami U (2001), “Analogical reasoning in children. ” In Gentner, D., Holyoak, K. J., and Kokinov, B. N. (Eds.)The analogical mind: Perspectives from cognitive science 437-470

Goswami U (2001), “Early phonological development and the acquisition of literacy” In S. Neuman and D. Dickinson (Eds), Handbook of Research in Early Literacy for the 21st Century 111-125

Goswami U, Ziegler J, Dalton L, Schneider W (2001), “Pseudohomophone effects and phonological recoding procedures in reading development in English and German” Journal of Memory & Language 45: 648-664

Goswami, U (2001), “The 'phonological representations' hypothesis in dyslexia. ” . In G. Schulte-Koerner (Ed.),Legasthenie: erkennen, verstehen, foerdern, 67-74

Singer-Freeman K, Goswami U (2001), “Does half a pizza equal half a box of chocolates? Proportional matching in an analogy paradigm” Cog Dev 16: 811-829


Goswami U (2000), “Phonological representations, reading development and dyslexia: Towards a cross-linguistic theoretical framework” Dyslexia 6: 133-151

Goswami U (2000), “The potential of a neuro-constructivist framework for developmental dyslexia: The abnormal development of phonological representations? ” Dev Sci 3(1): 27-29

Goswami U (2000), “Phonological and Lexical Processes.” In Barr R, Kamil M, Mosenthal P, and Pearson D. (2000) Handbook of Reading Research Vol 3: 241-268

Goswami U, De Cara B (2000), “Lexical representations and development: The emergence of rime processing.” In Cutler A, McQueen J, and Zondervan R (Eds), Proceedings of the Workshop on Spoken Word Access Processes 99-102

Goswami U, East M (2000), “Rhyme and analogy in beginning reading: Conceptual and methodological issues” Applied Psycholinguistics 21: 63-93

Sterne A, Goswami U (2000), “Phonological awareness of syllables, rhymes and phonemes in deaf children.” Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry 41(5): 609-625


Goswami U (1999), “Causal Connections in Beginning Reading: The Importance of Rhyme.” Journal of Research in Reading 22: 217-240

Goswami U (1999), “Orthographic analogies and phonological priming: A comment on Bowey, Vaughan and Hansen (1998).” Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 72: 210-219

Goswami U (1999), “Speech coding and dyslexia: The phonological representations hypothesis.” Dyslexia Review 11(2): 4-7

Goswami U, Schneider W, Scheurich B (1999), “Picture naming deficits in developmental dyslexia in German.” Dev Sci 2: 53-58


Goswami U (1998), “Is relational complexity a useful metric for cognitive development? ” Behavioural and Brain Sciences 21 (6), 838-839

Goswami U, Gombert J, De Barrera F (1998), “Children's Orthographic Representations and Linguistic Transparency: Nonsense Word Reading in English, French and Spanish” Applied Psycholinguistics 19: 19-52

Goswami U, Leevers H, Pressley S, Wheelwright S (1998), “Causal reasoning about pairs of relations and analogical reasoning in young children.” Brit J Dev Psychol 16: 553-569


Goswami U, Porpodas C, Wheelwright S (1997), “Children's orthographic representations in English and Greek. ” European Journal of Psychology of Education 12(3): 273-292

Swan D, Goswami U (1997), “Phonological awareness deficits in developmental dyslexia and the phonological representations hypothesis.” J Exp Child Psychol 66(1):18-41 Details

Swan D, Goswami U (1997), “Picture naming deficits in developmental dyslexia: the phonological representations hypothesis.” Brain Lang 56(3):334-53 Details

Treiman R, Goswami U, Tincoff R, Leevers H (1997), “Effects of dialect on American and British children's spelling” Child Dev 68: 229-245


Goswami U (1996), “Analogical reasoning and cognitive development.” Adv Child Dev Behav 26:91-138 Details

Goswami U (1996), “Rhyme and analogy” Child Education 73(5):28-29

Goswami U (1996), “Rhyme and reading” Child Education 73(4): 16-17


Goswami U (1995), “Transitive relational mappings in 3-year-olds and 4-year-olds - the analogy of goldilocks-and-the-3-bears. ” Child Dev 66(3): 877-892

Goswami U (1995), “Phonological Development and Reading by Analogy: What is Analogy, and What is it Not” J Res Reading 18: 139-145


Goswami U (1994), “How do children learn to read? ” Science and Public Affairs (The quarterly magazine of the Royal Society

Goswami U (1994), “Phonological Skills, Analogies and Reading Development. ” Reading 28 (2): 32-37

Goswami U (1994), “The Role of Analogies in Reading Development” Support for Learning 9(1): 22-26

Wimmer H, Goswami U (1994), “The influence of orthographic consistency on reading development: word recognition in English and German children.” Cognition 51(1):91-103 Details


Goswami U (1993), “Phonological skills and learning to read.” Ann N Y Acad Sci 682:296-311 Details

Goswami U (1993), “Orthographic analogies and reading development.” The Psychologist 6: 312-316

Goswami U (1993), “Towards an interactive analogy model of reading development: Decoding vowel graphemes in beginning reading” Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 56: 443-475


Goswami U (1992), “Phonological factors in spelling development.” J Child Psychol Psychiatry 33(6):967-75 Details

Goswami U (1992), “Analogical reasoning and conceptual complexity in cognitive-development – commentary. ” Human Development 35(4): 222-225

Goswami U (1992), “Representational capacity or analogical ability? What develops in Halford's structure-mapping theory of cognitive development” Human Development 35: 222-225

Goswami U, Mead F (1992), “Onset and rime awareness and analogies in reading” Read Res Quart 27(2): 152-162


Goswami U (1991), “Analogical Reasoning: What develops? A review of research and theory” Child Dev 61: 1-22


Bryant PE Goswami U (1990), “Comparisons between backward and normal readers: A risky business. Open Dialogue - Backward and Normal Readers: Peer Review” BPS Education Section Review 14(2): 3-10

Goswami U (1990), “Phonological priming and orthographic analogies in reading.” J Exp Child Psychol 49(2):323-40 Details

Goswami U (1990), “A special link between rhyming skill and the use of orthographic analogies by beginning readers.” J Child Psychol Psychiatry 31(2):301-11 Details

Goswami U, Brown AL (1990), “Higher-order structure and relational reasoning: contrasting analogical and thematic relations.” Cognition 36(3):207-26 Details

Goswami U, Brown AL (1990), “Melting chocolate and melting snowmen: analogical reasoning and causal relations.” Cognition 35(1):69-95 Details

Treiman R, Goswami U, Bruck M (1990), “Not all nonwords are alike: implications for reading development and theory.” Mem Cognit 18(6):559-67 Details


Goswami U (1989), “Relational complexity and the development of analogical reasoning.” Cog Dev 4: 251-268

Goswami U, Bryant PE (1989), “The interpretation of studies using the reading level design. ” Journal of Reading Behavior 21(4): 413-424


Goswami U (1988), “Children's use of analogy in learning to spell.” Brit J Dev Psychol 6: 21-33

Goswami U (1988), “Orthographic analogies and reading development.” Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 40A: 239-268


Bryant PE, Goswami U (1987), “Beyond grapheme-phoneme correspondence” Cahiers de Psychologie Cognitive 7: 439-443


Bryant PE, Goswami U (1986), “The strengths and weaknesses of the reading level design.” Psychological Bulletin 100: 101-103

Goswami U (1986), “Children's use of analogy in learning to read: A developmental study” J Exp Child Psychol 42: 73-83