Effects of fluency, oral language, and executive function on reading comprehension performance.

  title={Effects of fluency, oral language, and executive function on reading comprehension performance.},
  author={Laurie E. Cutting and April D. Materek and Carolyn A S Cole and Terry M Levine and E Mark Mahone},
  journal={Annals of dyslexia},
  volume={59 1},
Reading disability (RD) typically consists of deficits in word reading accuracy and/or reading comprehension. While it is well known that word reading accuracy deficits lead to comprehension deficits (general reading disability, GRD), less is understood about neuropsychological profiles of children who exhibit adequate word reading accuracy but nevertheless develop specific reading comprehension deficits (S-RCD). Establishing the underlying neuropsychological processes associated with different… CONTINUE READING
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