Syntactic and semantic processing in Hebrew readers with prelingual deafness.

@article{Miller2000SyntacticAS,
  title={Syntactic and semantic processing in Hebrew readers with prelingual deafness.},
  author={Paul Miller},
  journal={American annals of the deaf},
  year={2000},
  volume={145 5},
  pages={
          436-51
        }
}
  • Paul Miller
  • Published 2000 in American annals of the deaf
The experimenter investigated the effect of semantic clues on the reading comprehension of deaf and hearing Israeli children. Two groups of students with prelingual deafness, and a hearing control group, were asked to read syntactically simple and syntactically relative sentences of varying semantic plausibility. Sixteen of the participants who were deaf (mean grade 6.9) had been trained orally, using spoken language as their principal means of communication at home and at school. Another 16… CONTINUE READING

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