Early identification of dyslexia and word reading development: Using cognitive and linguistic assessments to predict reading skill growth in early elementary schoolVanacore, Kirk.
Abstract: Theories of and research on the etiology of dyslexia consistently point to two primary deficits of phonology and automaticity. Previous research has found that performance on early assessments of phonological awareness and automaticity are predictive of reading abilities in early elementary school. This study used secondary data from 161 students who were followed prior to beginning elem... read more
- Tufts University. Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development.
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