Late-Emerging Reading Disabilities

  title={Late-Emerging Reading Disabilities},
  author={J. Leach and Bryn Mawr College News Bryn Mawr and Leslie A. Rescorla},
Literacy, language, and cognitive skills were compared for 35 4th 5th graders with early-identified reading disabilities (RD), 31 with late-identified RD (first seen after 3rd grade), and 95 normally achieving students. Late-identified reading deficits were heterogeneous; some children were weak in both comprehension and word-level processing, whereas others had deficiencies in 1 component of reading but were unimpaired in the other. Although most reading skill deficits were about as severe for… CONTINUE READING
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