An examination of multiple predictors of orthographic functioning.

  title={An examination of multiple predictors of orthographic functioning.},
  author={Glenn R Mesman and Michelle Y Kibby},
  journal={Journal of learning disabilities},
  volume={44 1},
The purpose of this study was to compare three variables in terms of how well they predict orthographic functioning. To this end, the authors examined the relative contributions of rapid automatic naming, exposure to print, and visual processing to a composite measure of orthographic functioning in a heterogeneous group of 8- to 12-year-old children. Hierarchical regression analyses revealed that rapid naming, exposure to print, and visual processing were each predictive of orthographic… CONTINUE READING

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