Now showing items 1-2 of 2
Saccadic eye movements and pause/articulation components during a letter naming speed task: Children with and without dyslexia
Naming speed (NS) tasks that measure how quickly and accurately participants can name visual stimuli (e.g., letters) are commonly used to predict reading ability. However, the link between NS and reading is poorly understood. ...
Examining the Neural and Cognitive Processes Underlying Typical and Atypical Reading Ability
Although reading is an important and generative skill that is important for a child’s future academic, economic, and social success, it remains controversial how it develops and what leads to reading difficulties. Furthermore, ...