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The effect of parents' literacy skills and children's preliteracy skills on the risk of dyslexia

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The combination of investigating child and family characteristics sheds light on the constellation of risk factors that can ultimately lead to dyslexia. This family-risk study examines plausible preschool risk factors and their specificity. Participants (N∈=∈196, 42 % girls) included familial risk (FR) children with and without dyslexia in Grade 3 and controls. First, we found impairments in phonological awareness, rapid naming, and letter knowledge in FR kindergartners with later dyslexia, a...

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10.1007/s10802-014-9858-9

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Van Bergen, E More by this author
De Jong, PF More by this author
Maassen, B More by this author
Van Der Leij, A More by this author
Publisher:
Springer New York LLC
Journal:
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology
Volume:
42
Issue:
7
Pages:
1187-1200
Publication date:
2014-10-01
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ISSN:
0091-0627
URN:
uuid:2a147abb-de0c-4756-a1ee-45be7356eecd
Source identifiers:
485577
Local pid:
pubs:485577

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