Morphological analogies in Hebrew-speaking university students with dyslexia compared with typically developing gradeschoolers.

@article{Schiff2007MorphologicalAI,
  title={Morphological analogies in Hebrew-speaking university students with dyslexia compared with typically developing gradeschoolers.},
  author={Rachel Schiff and Dorit Ravid},
  journal={Journal of psycholinguistic research},
  year={2007},
  volume={36 3},
  pages={237-53}
}
Little attention has been devoted to date to the study of morphological knowledge in individuals with developmental dyslexia. The current study compares the ability of Hebrew-speaking adult dyslexic students and gradeschool children to analyze written words into their morphological components, using a linguistic analogy task. Two sets of monolingual Hebrew-speaking participants--152 typically developing gradeschool children and 38 undergraduate students diagnosed with reading disabilities--were… CONTINUE READING