Inspection time and intelligence in dyslexic children.

  title={Inspection time and intelligence in dyslexic children.},
  author={Jennifer Whyte and Christina Curry and David Hale},
  journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  volume={26 3},
Dyslexics and normal readers aged 9-11 were compared on an inspection time task. Results indicated that dyslexics required significantly longer inspection times. The findings suggested, however, that there was greater individual variation among dyslexics than among normal readers and that the dyslexics benefited from practice to a considerable extent… CONTINUE READING