Susan B. Neuman  Professor, UM School of Education

Selected Journal Articles

The Effects of Vocabulary Intervention on Young Children's Word Learning: A Meta-Analysis
Loren M. Marulis and Susan B. Neuman
Review of Educational Research
September 2010, Vol. 80, No. 3, pp. 300-335

Educational Effects of an Embedded Multimedia Vocabulary Intervention for Economically Disadvantaged Pre-K Children: A Randomized Trial
Susan B. Neuman, Ellen H. Newman, Julie Dwyer
University of Michigan

Developing Vocabulary and Conceptual Knowledge for Low-income Preschoolers: A Design Experiment
Susan B. Neuman, Julie Dwyer
University of Michigan

A meta-analysis on the effects of vocabulary training on word learning: A design experiment on the effects of WOW: the world of words
Loren Marie Marulis, Susan B. Neuman
University of Michigan

The Knowledge Gap: Implications for Early Education by Susan B. Neuman
Handbook of Early Literacy Research: Vol. II

When I give I own: Empowering the Nepalese People through Engagement in Community Libraries
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CHELLO: The Child/Home Environmental Language and Literacy Observation
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Neuman, S. & Roskos, Kathleen (2005). Whatever Happened to Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Literacy? Beyond the Journal July 2005.

Neuman, S.B. & Celano, D. (2004). Save the libraries. Educational Leadership,61, 82-85.

Neuman, S.B. (2003, March). Preparing for the Perfect Storm. Education Week.

Neuman, S.B. (2003). From Rhetoric to Reality: the Case for Compensation for PreKindergarten Education. Kappan, 85, 286-291.

Neuman, S.B. & Celano, D. (2001). Access to print in low- and middle-income communities: An ecological study of 4 neighborhoods. Reading Research Quarterly, 36, 8-26.

Neuman, S.B. & Celano, D. (2001). Books Aloud: A campaign to "Put books in children's hands". Reading Teacher, 54, 550-557.

Neuman, S.B. (2001). The role of knowledge in early literacy. Reading Research Quarterly, 36, 468-475.

Neuman, S.B. (1999). Books make a difference: A study of access to literacy. Reading Research Quarterly, 34, 286-301.

Neuman, S.B., Capperelli, B.J., & Gee, C. (1998). Literacy learning, a family matter. The Reading Teacher, 52, 244-253.

Neuman, S.B. & Roskos, K. (1997). Literacy knowledge in practice: Contexts of participation for young writers and readers. Reading Research Quarterly, 32, 10-32.

Shanahan, T. & Neuman, S.B. (1997). Literacy research that makes a difference. Reading Research Quarterly, 32, 202-210.

Neuman, S.B. (1996). Children engaging in storybook reading: The influence of access to print resources, opportunity and parental interaction. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 11, 495-514.

Neuman, S.B., Hagedorn, T., Celano, D., & Daly, P. (1995). Toward a collaborative approach to parent involvement in early education: A study of African-American teenage mothers. American Educational Research Journal, 32,801-827.

Neuman, S.B. & Gallagher, P. (1994). Joining together in literacy learning: Teenage mothers and children. Reading Research Quarterly, 29, 382-401. Neuman, S.B. (1995). Reading together: A community-supported parent tutoring program. Reading Teacher, 49, 120-129.

Neuman, S. & Roskos, K. (1993). Access to print for children of poverty: Differential effects of parent mediation and literacy-enriched play settings on environmental and functional print tasks. American Educational Research Journal, 30, 95-122.

Neuman, S. & Koskinen, P. (1992). Captioned Television as Comprehensible Input: Effects of Incidental Word Learning in Context for Language Minority Students. Reading Research Quarterly, 27, 94-106.

Neuman, S. & Roskos, K. (1992). Literacy Objects as Cultural Tools: Effects on Children's Literacy Behaviors in Play. Reading Research Quarterly, 27, 202-226

Neuman, S. (1992). Is learning from media distinctive?: Examining children's inferencing strategies. American Educational Research Journal, 29, 119-140.