Word recognition deficits in German: more evidence from a representative sample.

@article{Landerl2001WordRD,
  title={Word recognition deficits in German: more evidence from a representative sample.},
  author={Karin Landerl},
  journal={Dyslexia},
  year={2001},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={183-96}
}
In a representative sample of German speaking dyslexic children, earlier findings on dyslexia in the highly consistent orthography of German were confirmed. In a sample of 78 dyslexic 3rd graders selected on the basis of their poor word recognition skills, reading accuracy for both words and non-words was deficient but high in absolute terms. This indicates that the highly consistent grapheme-phoneme correspondences of German orthography in combination with the straightforward phonics teaching… CONTINUE READING

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