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Dyslexia : theory and research / Frank R. Vellutino.


Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, [1979] .
ISBN 9780262220217, 0262220210

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Subjects Dyslexia.
Dyslexie.
Legasthenie.
Lesestòˆrung.
Literaturbericht.
Description xv, 427 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1979]
©1979
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 374-409) and index.
Summary Dyslexia is a term commonly used to refer to severe and pervasive reading impairment in otherwise normal children. Because dyslexia technically refers to reading disability in brain injured patients, organic disorder has been one of the most frequently cited reasons for why Johnny can't read. It is also one of the most misunderstood and expensive problems known to psychologists and educators. This book makes available a systematic and comprehensive treatment of dyslexia. It carefully examines the problem, points out flaws in many of the educational techniques used for training dyslexics, and presents theories as to what constitutes specific reading disability.
Contents pt. 1. Definition of the problem. Definition of research population -- Theories of dyslexia -- part 2. Studies of basic process dysfunction. Introduction : basic process model -- Reader group contrasts in visual perception and visual memory -- Intersensory integration -- Serial order recall -- Verbal processing -- Attentional factors -- part 3. General summary and conclusions. Toward a verbal processing theory of dyslexia.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5008283
(OCoLC)ocm05008283
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