Research also shows that dyslexic children have primary difficulties in
phonological processing and secondary difficulties in
The orthographic system –
Nov 18, 2014
The ability to rely less heavily on sound-based decoding strategies is very much
dependent on the development of
Dyslexia refers specifically to decoding difficulty, but includes difficulty caused by
two distinct disorders in brain
If you tend to spell this way, it's possible that you have an
processing” may be a second key predictor of individual differences in word
reading (for review, see Berninger, 1994, 1995).
The role of
1. Explaining developmental dyslexia :
This is called
Knowledge of orthography is stored in memory in the form of rules and
representations of words or parts of words.1.