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Spelling performance of children with developmental verbal dyspraxia






Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 25(4): 430-437

Spelling performance of children with developmental verbal dyspraxia

The ability of 4 children with developmental verbal dyspraxia to imitate, spell, read and copy regular single-syllable words was investigated. The children had more difficulty in spelling and reading these words than a group of children with normal speech who were matched for reading age. Apparently, dyspraxic children are subject to a phonetic spelling deficit which arises because of a difficulty in segmenting words at a speech-sound level.

Accession: 006461582

PMID: 6618021

DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8749.1983.tb13787.x

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