Procedural and Declarative Memory in Children with Developmental Disorders of Language and Literacy

@inproceedings{Hedenius2013ProceduralAD,
  title={Procedural and Declarative Memory in Children with Developmental Disorders of Language and Literacy},
  author={Martina Hedenius},
  year={2013}
}
Hedenius, M. 2013. Procedural and Declarative Memory in Children with Developmental Disorders of Language and Literacy. Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Digital Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Medicine 917. 96 pp. Uppsala. ISBN 978-91-554-8707-2. The procedural deficit hypothesis (PDH) posits that a range of language, cognitive and motor impairments associated with specific language impairment (SLI) and developmental dyslexia (DD) may be explained by an… CONTINUE READING

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The procedural deficit hypothesis ( PDH ) posits that a range of language , cognitive and motor impairments associated with specific language impairment ( SLI ) and developmental dyslexia ( DD ) may be explained by an underlying domain - general dysfunction of the procedural memory system .
The procedural deficit hypothesis ( PDH ) posits that a range of language , cognitive and motor impairments associated with specific language impairment ( SLI ) and developmental dyslexia ( DD ) may be explained by an underlying domain - general dysfunction of the procedural memory system .
The procedural deficit hypothesis ( PDH ) posits that a range of language , cognitive and motor impairments associated with specific language impairment ( SLI ) and developmental dyslexia ( DD ) may be explained by an underlying domain - general dysfunction of the procedural memory system .
The procedural deficit hypothesis ( PDH ) posits that a range of language , cognitive and motor impairments associated with specific language impairment ( SLI ) and developmental dyslexia ( DD ) may be explained by an underlying domain - general dysfunction of the procedural memory system .
The procedural deficit hypothesis ( PDH ) posits that a range of language , cognitive and motor impairments associated with specific language impairment ( SLI ) and developmental dyslexia ( DD ) may be explained by an underlying domain - general dysfunction of the procedural memory system .
The procedural deficit hypothesis ( PDH ) posits that a range of language , cognitive and motor impairments associated with specific language impairment ( SLI ) and developmental dyslexia ( DD ) may be explained by an underlying domain - general dysfunction of the procedural memory system .
The procedural deficit hypothesis ( PDH ) posits that a range of language , cognitive and motor impairments associated with specific language impairment ( SLI ) and developmental dyslexia ( DD ) may be explained by an underlying domain - general dysfunction of the procedural memory system .
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