Auditory processing deficits in children with reading and language impairments: Can they (and should they) be treated?

@article{McArthur2008AuditoryPD,
  title={Auditory processing deficits in children with reading and language impairments: Can they (and should they) be treated?},
  author={Genevieve McArthur and Diana Ellis and Carmen M. Atkinson and Max Coltheart},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2008},
  volume={107},
  pages={946-977}
}
Sixty-five children with specific reading disability (SRD), 25 children with specific language impairment (SLI), and 37 age-matched controls were tested for their frequency discrimination, rapid auditory processing, vowel discrimination, and consonant-vowel discrimination. Subgroups of children with SRD or SLI produced abnormal frequency discrimination (42%), rapid auditory processing (12%), vowel discrimination (23%), or consonant-vowel discrimination (18%) thresholds for their age. Twenty… CONTINUE READING

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