Temporal processing deficits in remediation-resistant reading-impaired children.

@article{Cacace2000TemporalPD,
  title={Temporal processing deficits in remediation-resistant reading-impaired children.},
  author={Anthony T Cacace and Dennis J. McFarland and Janine Ouimet and E J Schrieber and Peter J. Marro},
  journal={Audiology & neuro-otology},
  year={2000},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={83-97}
}
There is considerable interest in whether a deficit in temporal processing underlies specific learning and language disabilities in school-aged children. This view is particularly controversial in the area of developmental reading problems. The temporal-processing hypothesis was tested in a sample of normal children, 9-11 years of age, and in a sample of age-matched children with reading impairments, by assessing temporal-order discrimination. Five different binary temporal-order tasks were… CONTINUE READING