Rate and timing precision of motor coordination in Developmental Dyslexia.

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George F. Michel, Professor (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Abstract: Learning to read builds on the speech processes of the child at many levels (Denckla, 1979; Mann, 1986), and language impairment is one of the most common behavioral correlates of developmental dyslexia (Doehring, Trites, Patel, & Fiedorowicz, 1981; Jorm, 1979; Vellutino, 1978). Current dyslexia research therefore has emphasized the linguistic analysis of language deficits and has brought converging evidence to the effect that phonological processing deficits, for example, play a critical role in reading impairment (Mann, 1986; Wagner & Torgensen, 1987).

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Developmental Psychology. 1990; 26:82-89
Language: English
Date: 1990
Motor coordination, Developmental dyslexia

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