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Efectos del videojuego Tradislexia en la conciencia fonológica y reconocimiento de palabras en niños disléxicos

@article{Jimnez2008EfectosDV,
  title={Efectos del videojuego Tradislexia en la conciencia fonol{\'o}gica y reconocimiento de palabras en ni{\~n}os disl{\'e}xicos},
  author={J. Emilio Jim{\'e}nez and Estefan{\'i}a Rojas},
  journal={Psicothema},
  year={2008},
  volume={20},
  pages={347-353}
}
El objetivo de esta investigacion ha consistido en analizar los efectos del videojuego Tradislexia en la conciencia fonologica y reconocimiento de palabras en ninos dislexicos. Para ello se utilizo un diseno de grupo control pretest- postest, y se selecciono una muestra de 62 ninos (26 ninas y 36 ninos) de segundo y tercer ciclo de Educacion Primaria con un rango de edad entre 9 y 12 anos (M= 126.7; DT= 11.7). Una vez seleccionados, se asignaron al azar a un grupo Experimental (N= 32) y a un… 
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