Dichotic listening in good and poor readers.

  title={Dichotic listening in good and poor readers.},
  author={Phillip Dermody and Ken Mackie and Richard Katsch},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  volume={26 3},
Dichotic listening performance using CV pairs was investigated in a group of 30 children, 15 good readers and 15 poor readers, aged 10-13 years. The results indicate that the poor readers did not demonstrate atypical laterality or phonetic processing effects, although there was a significant difference in their ability to identify both items on dichotic trials correctly. However, when the same stimuli were presented monotically, there was no difference in the performance of the groups… CONTINUE READING

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