Sensory processing, reading, IQ, and attention.

@article{Hulslander2004SensoryPR,
  title={Sensory processing, reading, IQ, and attention.},
  author={Jacqueline Hulslander and J. B. Talcott and Caroline Witton and John C Defries and Bruce F. Pennington and Sally J. Wadsworth and Erik G Willcutt and Richard K. Olson},
  journal={Journal of experimental child psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={88 3},
  pages={274-95}
}
Detection thresholds for two visual- and two auditory-processing tasks were obtained for 73 children and young adults who varied broadly in reading ability. A reading-disabled subgroup had significantly higher thresholds than a normal-reading subgroup for the auditory tasks only. When analyzed across the whole group, the auditory tasks and one of the visual tasks, coherent motion detection, were significantly related to word reading. These effects were largely independent of ADHD ratings… CONTINUE READING
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