A Comparative Study on Diadochokinetic Skill of Dyslexic, Stuttering, and Normal Children


Objective. Previous studies have shown some motor deficits among stuttering and dyslexic children. While motor deficits in speech articulation of the stuttering children are among the controversial topics, no study on motor deficits of dyslexic children has been documented to date. Methods. 120 children (40 stuttering, 40 dyslexia, and 40 normal) 6-11 years… (More)
DOI: 10.1155/2013/165193


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