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Separate influences of acoustic AM and FM sensitivity on the phonological decoding skills of impaired and normal readers.

Abstract:

Developmental dyslexia is associated with deficits in the processing of basic auditory stimuli. Yet it is unclear how these sensory impairments might contribute to poor reading skills. This study better characterizes the relationship between phonological decoding skills, the lack of which is generally accepted to comprise the core deficit in reading disabilities, and auditory sensitivity to amplitude modulation (AM) and frequency modulation (FM). Thirty-eight adult subjects, 17 of whom had a ...

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10.1162/089892902760191090

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Journal:
Journal of cognitive neuroscience
Volume:
14
Issue:
6
Pages:
866-874
Publication date:
2002-08-05
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EISSN:
1530-8898
ISSN:
0898-929X
URN:
uuid:cce1327a-5cae-46d2-b8a8-36cd0bd49960
Source identifiers:
238102
Local pid:
pubs:238102

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