Auditory pattern recognition and brief tone discrimination of children with reading disorders.

@article{Walker2006AuditoryPR,
  title={Auditory pattern recognition and brief tone discrimination of children with reading disorders.},
  author={Marianna M. Walker and Gregg Givens and Jerry L. Cranford and Don Holbert and Letitia J. Walker},
  journal={Journal of communication disorders},
  year={2006},
  volume={39 6},
  pages={
          442-55
        }
}
UNLABELLED Auditory pattern recognition skills in children with reading disorders were investigated using perceptual tests involving discrimination of frequency and duration tonal patterns. A behavioral test battery involving recognition of the pattern of presentation of tone triads was used in which individual components differed in either frequency or duration. A test involving measurement of difference limens for long and short duration tones was also administered. In comparison to controls… CONTINUE READING
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