A decade of research with dyslexic college students: A summary of findings.

@article{Aaron1986ADO,
  title={A decade of research with dyslexic college students: A summary of findings.},
  author={Philbert Aaron and Sharon Phillips},
  journal={Annals of dyslexia},
  year={1986},
  volume={36 1},
  pages={44-66}
}
The major findings of several research projects that investigated dyslexic college students are summarized in this paper. Consistent findings of these investigations led to the following conclusions. 1) Developmental dyslexia is a syndrome made up of the following four symptoms: slow rate of reading, error-prone oral reading, poor written spelling, and grammatically incorrect writing; 2) all these symptoms could be traced to a poor mastery of the grapheme-phoneme relational rules; 3… CONTINUE READING

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