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Abstract The discovery of biological substrates underlying medical conditions is an important step for their better understanding and for the design of appropriate medical therapies. In the case of developmental dyslexia pedagogic treatment may fail, thus creating a group of individuals in whom...
Abstract It is argued that what we call intelligent behavior is based to a great extent on our ability to analyze multimodal and crossmodal information. Acquisition and utilization of those functions seem to appear and develop greatly during the 2–4 year period in humans. Among the functions are...
Abstract Fifteen dyslexic children between the ages of 8 and 16 were given the Rorschach ink blot test and their responses were compared with those of 12 suitably matched controls. It was found that they made very considerable use of the shape of the cards, but much less use of the other...
Abstract After years of confusion, the literature on individual differences in reading ability is finally beginning to coalesce around a small set of general conclusions that are endorsed by the vast majority of researchers. The most fundamental is that word decoding ability accounts for a very...
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