Comparing phonological skills and spelling abilities in children with reading and language impairments.
BACKGROUND: Bishop and Snowling (2004) proposed that children with language impairments (LI) and children with reading difficulties (RD) can be considered to be on a (phonological) continuum of risk for reading impairments. AIMS: The first aim of the present study was to address two specific hypotheses about the relationship between RD and LI. The severity hypothesis proposes that LI is a more severe form of RD. In contrast, the dyslexia-plus hypothesis proposes that children with LI share t...Expand abstract
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