Kramer-2016

Early models of dyslexia were defined by deficiencies or failings. More recent models shifted the focus to an awareness of differences with Ronald D. Davis one of the earliest to focus on strengths and to argue that dyslexia was the result of […]

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Kumar-Rathnasabapathy-2018

This study attempted to find out the difference in various methods of recollecting words among children with and without dyslexia. This study is descriptive in nature. The sample consisted of 60 children between the age group of 10-13 years. Purposive […]

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Tafti-Hameedy-2009

Abstract: Positive and negative aspects of dyslexia were explored within the Iranian context. Dyslexia can be considered either as a deficit or merely as a difference. In this study 26 dyslexic primary-school students in Tehran were matched with 26 nondyslexics. The […]

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Goodmon-Parisi-2019

Given the link between visual stimuli and memory, children with dyslexia could benefit from research discovering what visual stimuli they find more pleasing and memorable. People like natural landscapes (e.g.,forests) more than human‐made (e.g.,cityscapes) or “combined” landscapes (i.e.,combination of human‐made […]

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