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The perception of phoneme sequence: A comparison of dyspraxic and normal children

The perception of phoneme sequence: A comparison of dyspraxic and normal children The present experiment examined the perception of phoneme sequence by dyspraxic and normal children, matched on reading age. Both groups of children could discriminate real words equally well but the dyspraxic children had problems in non-word discrimination. The findings suggest that the dyspraxics have difficulty, not at a peripheral level of auditory discrimination, but at a later stage of phonemic processing where segmentation and coding of phonemes is required. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders Informa Healthcare

The perception of phoneme sequence: A comparison of dyspraxic and normal children

Abstract

The present experiment examined the perception of phoneme sequence by dyspraxic and normal children, matched on reading age. Both groups of children could discriminate real words equally well but the dyspraxic children had problems in non-word discrimination. The findings suggest that the dyspraxics have difficulty, not at a peripheral level of auditory discrimination, but at a later stage of phonemic processing where segmentation and coding of phonemes is required.
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