Visual , Auditory and Cross Modal Lexical Decision : A Comparison between Dyslexic and Typical Readers

  • Edmond J. Safra
  • Published 2014


This study examined the differences in processing between typical and dyslexic readers in a lexical decision task in different modalities (visual, auditory, and cross modality). In general, dyslexics exhibited slower reaction times and made more mistakes when performing the task. The biggest gap between the two groups of readers was found on the visual task… (More)

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