Digit dyslexia: a category-specific disorder in development dyscalculia

@inproceedings{Temple1989DigitDA,
  title={Digit dyslexia: a category-specific disorder in development dyscalculia},
  author={Christine M. Temple},
  year={1989}
}
Abstract A case study of developmental dyscalculia is presented in which there is impairment of number processing. When reading and writing arabic numbers the syntactic component of the number is processed accurately but lexical processing results in incorrect digit selection. When reading arabic numbers the allocation of lexical items into syntactic frames is particularly poor for digits in the units position. Lexical allocation is unaffected by stimulus length. Despite poor short term memory… CONTINUE READING

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