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From language to reading and dyslexia.

Abstract:

This paper reviews evidence in support of the phonological deficit hypothesis of dyslexia. Findings from two experimental studies suggest that the phonological deficits of dyslexic children and adults cannot be explained in terms of impairments in low-level auditory mechanisms, but reflect higher-level language weaknesses. A study of individual differences in the pattern of reading skills in dyslexic children rejects the notion of 'sub-types'. Instead, the findings suggest that the variation ...

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10.1002/dys.185

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Snowling, MJ More by this author
Journal:
Dyslexia (Chichester, England)
Volume:
7
Issue:
1
Pages:
37-46
Publication date:
2001
DOI:
EISSN:
1099-0909
ISSN:
1076-9242
URN:
uuid:0b78b1d0-e197-4cc5-aeaf-32d809cdaaf4
Source identifiers:
376386
Local pid:
pubs:376386

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