Sequential or simultaneous visual processing deficit in developmental dyslexia?

@article{LassusSangosse2008SequentialOS,
  title={Sequential or simultaneous visual processing deficit in developmental dyslexia?},
  author={Delphine Lassus-Sangosse and Marie-Ange N’guyen-Morel and Sylviane Valdois},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={48},
  pages={979-988}
}
The ability of dyslexic children with or without phonological problems to process simultaneous and sequential visual information was assessed using two tasks requiring the oral report of simultaneously or sequentially displayed letter-strings. The two groups were found to exhibit a simultaneous visual processing deficit but preserved serial processing skills. However, the impairment in simultaneous processing was larger in the dyslexic group with no phonological disorder. Although sequential… CONTINUE READING