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Enhancing the Reading of Dyslexic Children by Reading Acceleration and Auditory Masking
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Journal of Educational Psychology Volume 89, Number 1, ISSN 0022-0663

Abstract

Results of a study with 52 dyslexic children and 52 normal readers show that reading acceleration through computer-controlled reading rates improves reading performance in both groups, but auditory masking by playing a song is beneficial only to the dyslexic children. Implications are discussed in terms of phonological processing. (SLD)

Citation

Breznitz, Z. (1997). Enhancing the Reading of Dyslexic Children by Reading Acceleration and Auditory Masking. Journal of Educational Psychology, 89(1), 103. Retrieved January 18, 2020 from .

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