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This study reports a comparison of screening tests for dyslexia, dyspraxia and Meares-Irlen (M-I) syndrome in a Higher Education setting, the University of Worcester. Using a sample of 74 volunteer students, we compared the current tutor-delivered battery of 15 subtests with a computerized test, the Lucid Adult Dyslexia Screening test (LADS), and both of(More)
Acknowledgments I would like to thank the following people for their part in helping with the completion of this Project. Andrew Crossan, my project supervisor for all assistance and facilitation during the project. Boyd Orr Services for an unlimited supply of cardboard. Sarah Johnstone for 3 months of tea and sympathy. Abstract Accessing graphical data is(More)
This study explored how the type of pictorial stimulus affects the quality of an individual's written expression. Cole, Muenz, Ouchi, Kaufman, and Kaufman in 1997 furnished initial evidence supporting Hooper, et al.'s 1994 theory. A pictorial stimulus different from that used by Cole, et al. was developed from Hooper, et al.'s specifications, i.e.,(More)
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