Temporal processing and reading disability
The present investigation examined the hypothesis that early auditory temporal processing deficits cause later specific reading disability by impairing phonological processing (Farmer & Klein 1995; Tallal 1980, 1984). Temporal processing ability at school entry was examined using Tallal's Repetition Test in a large unselected sample of over 500 children followed over subsequent years. Although our data confirmed the presence of certain non-speech auditory processing deficits in children later...[Show more]
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