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Dr.  Shally  Novita

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Leibniz-Institut für Bildungsverläufe
Wilhelmsplatz   3
96047  Bamberg
Competencies, Personality, Learning Environments
Telephone: +49 951 863-3417

Selected Publications

<p>Novita, S. & Witruk, E. (2016). Anxiety in Children with Dyslexia: A Cross- Cultural Study between Indonesia and Germany. In M. Hodalska, C. Ghita, & I. Dixon (Eds.), <em>Strangers on Our Doorstep and Strangers in our House</em> (pp. 121 - 140). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.</p><p>Novita, S. (2016). Secondary symptoms of dyslexia: A comparison of self- esteem and anxiety profiles of children with and without dyslexia, <em>European Journal of Special Needs Education</em>, DOI: 10.1080/08856257.2015.1125694</p><p>Novita, S., Kracke, B. & Schweppe, J. (2012). Vergleichsstudie ueber die Korrelationen zwischen phonologischer Bewusstheit und Lesefaehigkeit in Indonesien und Deutschland. In E. Witruk & A. Wilcke (Eds.), <em>Historical and Cross-cultural Aspects of Psychology </em>(pp. 451 - 480). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.</p>

Selected Presentations

<p>Novita, S. (2016, September). <em>Investigating the effect of working memory on reading development: The supposition of direct and indirect effects</em>. Poster session presented at 50. Congress German Society of Psychology, Leipzig, Germany.</p><p>Novita, S. (2014, July). <em>Anxiety and dyslexia: A cross-cultural study</em>. Paper presented at Inaugural Global Interdisciplinary Conference on Fear and Anxiety, Oxford, England.</p><p>Novita, S. (2014, June). <em>Secondary symptoms of dyslexia: An investigation about anxiety, self-esteem, and coping styles of dyslexic children in Indonesia</em>. Paper presented at the 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology (ICAP), Paris, France.</p><p>Novita, S. (2013, April). <em>Anxiety level and school achievement of dyslexic children in Indonesia</em>. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Education and Psychology, Kitakyushu, Japan.</p>