Cognitive patterns of children with dyslexia: a comparison between groups with high and average nonverbal intelligence.

@article{Das1994CognitivePO,
  title={Cognitive patterns of children with dyslexia: a comparison between groups with high and average nonverbal intelligence.},
  author={Jagannath Prasad Das and Rama K Mishra and John R. Kirby},
  journal={Journal of learning disabilities},
  year={1994},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={235-42}
}
We tested the hypothesis that children with dyslexia identified by word decoding deficit will be poor in specific cognitive processes that require successive processing and rapid articulation, irrespective of their high or average nonverbal IQ. Children with dyslexia and normally achieving children between 9 years and 11 years of age were divided into four groups comprising average-IQ and high-IQ children with dyslexia and normal readers. All children were administered measures of planning… CONTINUE READING