2012
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2012.02.001
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Leah Fostick, Sharona Bar-El, Ronit Ram-Tsur

Abstract: The present study focuses on examining the hypothesis that auditory temporal perception deficit is a basic cause for reading disabilities among dyslexics. This hypothesis maintains that reading impairment is caused by a fundamental perceptual deficit in processing rapid auditory or visual stimuli. Since the auditory perception involves a number of mechanisms and temporal processing is only one of them, in the current paper, we tested, in addition to auditory temporal processing, also auditory intensity and sp…

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