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Dyslexics (6 to 9 yr. old) and a control group of 12 normal readers (second-graders) were tested on a memory task with rhyming and non-rhyming items. The most important finding is that both groups were penalized by rhyme, indicating speech coding. It was observed that the dyslexics were not less penalized by rhyme than were controls. The present results are(More)
When do children begin to store visually presented information using a speech code? Conrad has shown that at age 6, but not before, children have more difficulty in recalling items whose names rhyme than items whose names do not and concluded that at 6 years of age children begin to store information in memory using verbal labels. Experiment 1, using a(More)
Acquisition du langage écrit et troubles associés: évaluation, remédiation et théorie. In: J. Grégoire & B. Piérart (Eds), Evaluer les troubles de la lecture. Bruxelles: De Boeck-Wesmael, pp. 105-126. The development of spelling procedures in French-speaking, normal and reading disabled children: effects of frequency and lexicality. (1997). Orthographic and(More)
Previous This file was created by scanning the printed publication. Mis-scans identified by the software have been corrected; however, some errors may remain. ABSTRACT Since Bitterlich introduced point or variable-radius sampling in 1947, many investigators have compared it with fixed-area sampling for estimation of current attributes. A partial review of(More)
You may order additional copies of this publication by sending your mailing information in label form through one of the following media. Please specify the publication title and number. Abstract Rangelands are lands dominated by grasses, forbs, and shrubs and are managed as a natural ecosystem. Although these lands comprise approximately 40 percent of the(More)