Early identification of dyslexia: Evidence from a follow-up study of speech-language impaired children.

@article{Catts1991EarlyIO,
  title={Early identification of dyslexia: Evidence from a follow-up study of speech-language impaired children.},
  author={Hugh W. Catts},
  journal={Annals of dyslexia},
  year={1991},
  volume={41 1},
  pages={163-77}
}
A group of speech-language impaired children was administered a battery of standardized language tests and measures of phonological processing in kindergarten. Performance on these language measures was then compared to reading ability in first grade. Results indicated that children with semantic-syntactic language deficits had more difficulties in reading than did children with primarily speech articulation impairments. In addition, phonological processing measures were found to be good… CONTINUE READING

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