Children With Dyslexia Benefit From Orthographic Facilitation During Spoken Word Learning

Lauren S Baron
Lauren S Baron
Kathryn L Cabbage
Kathryn L Cabbage
Samuel Green
Samuel Green

Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR, 2018, Pages 1-13.

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We demonstrate for the first time that children with dyslexia benefit from orthographic facilitation during spoken word learning. These findings have direct implications for teaching spoken vocabulary to children with dyslexia.

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