Marshall, Chloe and Ramus, Franck and van der Lely, Heather
Do children with dyslexia and/or specific language impairment compensate for place assimilation? Insight into phonological grammar and representations.
Cognitive Neuropsychology, 27 (7).
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||It is well known that a phonological deficit underlies dyslexia and Specific Language Impairment, but the exact nature of this deficit is still poorly understood. This study seeks to investigate the deficit from a novel perspective – whether children are able to compensate for place assimilation, a task that probes both phonological representations and phonological grammar. Remarkably, the dyslexic group do not differ from age-matched controls, leading us to conclude that not all aspects of phonology are impaired in this population.
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