Relationship of rapid automatized naming and phonological awareness in early reading development: implications for the double-deficit hypothesis.

@article{Schatschneider2002RelationshipOR,
  title={Relationship of rapid automatized naming and phonological awareness in early reading development: implications for the double-deficit hypothesis.},
  author={Christopher Schatschneider and Coleen D Carlson and David J. Francis and Barbara R. Foorman and Jack M. Fletcher},
  journal={Journal of learning disabilities},
  year={2002},
  volume={35 3},
  pages={245-56}
}
It is widely accepted that deficits in phonological awareness skills are related to reading difficulties. Recently, another source of reading difficulty has been identified that involves naming speed, and combined impairments in phonological skills and naming speed will produce more severe reading deficits than single deficits in either of these cognitive skills. The purpose of this study was to investigate the consequences of grouping children based on the presence or absence of deficits in… CONTINUE READING
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