Auditory word identification and phonological skills in dyslexic and average readers

@inproceedings{Griffiths2001AuditoryWI,
  title={Auditory word identification and phonological skills in dyslexic and average readers},
  author={Yvonne M. Griffiths and Margaret J Snowling},
  year={2001}
}
Despite the evidence for a core phonological deficit in dyslexia, the nature of this deficit at the level of the phonological representation is not well understood. In this study, the auditory word gating paradigm was used to examine the quality of the underlying phonological representations in dyslexic and average readers. Although the dyslexic children showed age-related nonword and rapid naming deficits, they did not differ from the age-matched controls in the amount of acoustic - phonetic… CONTINUE READING

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