The Role of Phonological Processing in Dyslexia in the Spanish Language

@inproceedings{Jimnez2012TheRO,
  title={The Role of Phonological Processing in Dyslexia in the Spanish Language},
  author={Juan E. Jim{\'e}nez},
  year={2012}
}
This chapter presents theoretical arguments and empirical evidence to support the idea that the phonological deficit in dyslexia in a language with a transparent orthography such as Spanish is at the phoneme level in the phonological awareness continuum, suggesting that a phonemic deficit is curtailing the development of phonological decoding. Results of two studies are presented to demonstrate the role of phonological processing in dyslexia in the Spanish language. The first study examines the… CONTINUE READING

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