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La reconnaissance des mots morphologiquement complexes chez les dyslexiques.

Abstract : Dyslexia is characterized by poor word recognition skills, genelally related to poor phonological skills leading to slow or inappropriate decoding procedures. What other kinds of information might these readers rely on when reading ? One option is the use of derivational morphemes, which are orthographic units connected not only to sounds but also to meaning. Results from English and Danish studies seem to support the hypothesis of morphological processing involved in dyslexic reading. In this article, we discuss a new set of data collected from French-speaking children, which suggests that dyslexic children may rely preferentially on morphemes when reading both aloud and silently.
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Emmanuelle Mathiot, S. Casalis, Pascale Colé. La reconnaissance des mots morphologiquement complexes chez les dyslexiques.. Rééducation orthophonique, Ortho édition, 2006, 44 (225), pp. 111-128. ⟨halshs-00276425⟩



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