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Abstract A population of 56 elementary school boys, both non-dyslexic and dyslexic, known between 1930 and 1947, was retrospectively studied sociologically, analyzed educationally, and ranked according to language learning facility. By record search and interviews, in 1964–1965, the educational...
Conclusion The point we wish to emphasize here is the relationship between 1) delay in developing speech (i.e., “motor speech delay”), 2) delay in developing clear, mature, well articulated speech (i.e., persistent “infantilisms” of speech), 3) stuttering and 4) specific reading disability. Our...
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