Some Psychological Correlates of Developmental Dyslexia

Sobotka, Karen R.; Black, F. William; Hill, Suzanne D.; Porter, Robert J.
June 1977
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jun/Jul1977, Vol. 10 Issue 6
Academic Journal
Examines some psychological correlates of developmental dyslexia by comparing the psychological test performance of a number of dyslexic boys and normal readers of varying age. Performance of dyslexic and normal children on dichotic listening tasks as a function of age; Performance of normal and dyslexic children on nonverbal tasks as a function of age; Developmental differences between dyslexics and controls.


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