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Predictors of exception word and nonword reading in dyslexic children: The severity hypothesis

Abstract:

The classification of dyslexic children into discrete subtypes yields a poor description of the dyslexic population at large. Multiple regression methods were used to examine continuous variation in component reading subskills (nonword and exception word reading) and their underlying cognitive skills within a group of 59 9-15-year-old dyslexic children. Two measures of phonological skills contributed unique variance to nonword reading: phonological processing and verbal short-term memory skil...

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10.1037//0022-0663.94.1.34

Authors


Griffiths, YM More by this author
Snowling, MJ More by this author
Journal:
JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Volume:
94
Issue:
1
Pages:
34-43
Publication date:
2002-03-05
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ISSN:
0022-0663
URN:
uuid:15448663-89e1-49bd-9a4d-f51a355bc5a3
Source identifiers:
379114
Local pid:
pubs:379114
Language:
English

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