Spelling Performance in Children with Developmental Language Disorder: A Meta-Analysis across European Languages

@inproceedings{Joye2019SpellingPI,
  title={Spelling Performance in Children with Developmental Language Disorder: A Meta-Analysis across European Languages},
  author={Nelly Joye and Lucie Broc and Thierry Olive and Julie E Dockrell},
  year={2019}
}
  • Nelly Joye, Lucie Broc, +1 author Julie E Dockrell
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Spelling difficulties often occur in children with developmental language disorder (DLD), the extent and drivers of these difficulties are underspecified. Meta-analyses were conducted to address this gap. We identified child-based factors (age, language spoken, profile of difficulties) and task-based factors (text production or dictation) as potential moderators of the impact of DLD on spelling performance. Thirty-two studies were analyzed, including 984 children with DLD. Large differences… CONTINUE READING

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