Speech Perception and Working Memory in Children with Residual Speech Errors: A Case Study Analysis.

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Some children with residual deficits in speech production also display characteristics of dyslexia; however, the causes of these disorders--in isolation or comorbidly--remain unknown. Presently, the role of phonological representations is an important construct for considering how the underlying system of phonology functions. In particular, two related… (More)
DOI: 10.1055/s-0035-1562907

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