Does a visual-orthographic deficit contribute to reading disability?

@article{Badian2005DoesAV,
  title={Does a visual-orthographic deficit contribute to reading disability?},
  author={Nathlie A Badian},
  journal={Annals of dyslexia},
  year={2005},
  volume={55 1},
  pages={28-52}
}
In this study, visual-orthographic skills were defined as the ability to recognize whether letters and numerals are correctly oriented. Aims were to investigate whether visual-orthographic skills would contribute independent variance to reading, and whether children with a visual-orthographic deficit would be more impaired readers than similar children without this deficit. Participants were 207 children, aged 8 to 10 years, who attended school in a small suburban community. Because of the… CONTINUE READING

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