Children who read words accurately despite language impairment: who are they and how do they do it?
|Abstract||Some children learn to read accurately despite language impairments (LI). Nine- to 10-year-olds were categorized as having LI only (n = 35), dyslexia (DX) only (n = 73), LI + DX (n = 54), or as typically developing (TD; n = 176). The LI-only group had mild to moderate deficits in reading comprehension. They were similar to the LI + DX group on most language measures, but rapid serial naming was superior to the LI + DX group and comparable to the ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]|
|Author||Dorothy V. M. Bishop; David McDonald; Sarah Bird; et al|