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ERIC Number: EJ967337
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2012-Jul
Pages: 18
Abstractor: As Provided
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ISSN: ISSN-0736-9387
Graphophonological Processes in Dyslexic Readers of French: A Longitudinal Study of the Explicitness Effect of Tasks
Daigle, Daniel; Berthiaume, Rachel; Plisson, Anne; Demont, Elisabeth
Annals of Dyslexia, v62 n2 p82-99 Jul 2012
Given the well-acknowledged phonological deficit found in dyslexic children, this study was aimed at investigating graphophonological processes in dyslexic readers of French over a 1-year period. Among the different types of phonological processing can be distinguished those related to phonological awareness based on knowledge of the oral language and graphophonological processes based on correspondences between the oral and the written language. In this study, we evaluated graphophonemic and graphosyllabic processes using, in each case, two different tasks varying in the degree of cognitive constraint associated with the task (CC- vs CC+). Twenty 11 year-old dyslexic students were compared with younger normal-readers of the same reading level (RA, n = 26) and to normal-readers of the same age (CA, n = 24). Two variables were considered in the analyses: accuracy and response latency. Results show that dyslexic readers do process written items at the graphophonological level. Also, results indicate main effects of task (CC- vs CC+), time (T1 vs T2), and group (DYS vs RA vs CA). In general, dyslexic participants' performances are comparable to those of RA and differ from those of CA.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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