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Auditory frequency discrimination in children with dyslexia

Abstract:

A popular hypothesis holds that developmental dyslexia is caused by phonological processing problems and is therefore linked to difficulties in the analysis of spoken as well as written language. It has been suggested that these phonological deficits might be attributable to low-level problems in processing the temporal fine structure of auditory cues. Evidence for this has come from studies showing poor performance of dyslexic individuals on measures of auditory frequency discrimination (FD)...

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Halliday, LF More by this author
Bishop, DVM More by this author
Journal:
JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN READING
Volume:
29
Issue:
2
Pages:
213-228
Publication date:
2006-05-05
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EISSN:
1467-9817
ISSN:
0141-0423
URN:
uuid:23c68a2e-f2a1-44f3-88cd-283aff0021a5
Source identifiers:
29202
Local pid:
pubs:29202
Language:
English

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