Auditory event-related potentials differ in dyslexics even when auditory psychophysical performance is normal
Developmental dyslexia is characterized by a phonological processing deficit and impaired low-level auditory processing may contribute to this problem. However, this remains controversial because not all dyslexic individuals show psychophysical deficits on auditory processing tasks; hence it has been argued that auditory processing deficits are not a causal factor in dyslexia. Because behavioral psychophysical tasks include both bottom-up processing and top-down strategies, dyslexics' success...Expand abstract
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