Impaired letter-string processing in developmental dyslexia: what visual-to-phonology code mapping disorder?

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Poor parallel letter-string processing in developmental dyslexia was taken as evidence of poor visual attention (VA) span, that is, a limitation of visual attentional resources that affects multi-character processing. However, the use of letter stimuli in oral report tasks was challenged on its capacity to highlight a VA span disorder. In particular, report… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/dys.1437

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@article{Valdois2012ImpairedLP, title={Impaired letter-string processing in developmental dyslexia: what visual-to-phonology code mapping disorder?}, author={Sylviane Valdois and Delphine Lassus-Sangosse and Muriel A. Lobier}, journal={Dyslexia}, year={2012}, volume={18 2}, pages={77-93} }