Processing speed , exposure to print , and naming speed

  title={Processing speed , exposure to print , and naming speed},
  author={Robert V. Kail},
The aim of the present research was to determine the role of reading-related experience and processing speed on the time it took for children to name familiar stimuli. A total of 168 children, aged 7 to 13, were administered measures of global processing speed, title and author recognition, naming time, and reading ability. Naming times were predicted by age-related change in processing time but not by reading experience (as assessed by author and title recognition). The results are discussed… CONTINUE READING


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