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The Effects of an Audio-Visual Training Program in Dyslexic Children

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Dyslexia Volume 10, Number 2, ISSN 1076-9242


A research project was conducted in order to investigate the usefulness of intensive audio-visual training administered to children with dyslexia involving daily voicing exercises. In this study, the children received such voicing training (experimental group) for 30 min a day, 4 days a week, over 5 weeks. They were assessed on a reading task before and after the training. A significant benefit to the experimental group was found after training. These preliminary results underline the role of the phonological components of dyslexia. (Contains 1 figure and 3 tables.)


Magnan, A., Ecalle, J., Veuillet, E. & Collet, L. (2004). The Effects of an Audio-Visual Training Program in Dyslexic Children. Dyslexia, 10(2), 131-140. Retrieved March 7, 2021 from .

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