Rise time and formant transition duration in the discrimination of speech sounds: the Ba-Wa distinction in developmental dyslexia.

@article{Goswami2011RiseTA,
  title={Rise time and formant transition duration in the discrimination of speech sounds: the Ba-Wa distinction in developmental dyslexia.},
  author={Usha Goswami and Tim Fosker and Martina Huss and Natasha Mead and D{\'e}nes Szűcs},
  journal={Developmental science},
  year={2011},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={
          34-43
        }
}
Across languages, children with developmental dyslexia have a specific difficulty with the neural representation of the sound structure (phonological structure) of speech. One likely cause of their difficulties with phonology is a perceptual difficulty in auditory temporal processing (Tallal, 1980). Tallal (1980) proposed that basic auditory processing of brief, rapidly successive acoustic changes is compromised in dyslexia, thereby affecting phonetic discrimination (e.g. discriminating /b… CONTINUE READING
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