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Rapid automatized naming and learning disabilities : does RAN have a specific connection to reading or not : a replication
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Rapid automatized naming and learning disabilities: Does RAN have a specific connection to reading or not? Heikkilä, Riikka; Närhi, Vesa; Aro, Mikko; Ahonen, Timo (Psychlogy Press, 2009)This work is an extension of a study by Waber, Wolff, Forbes, and Weiler (2000) in which the specificity of naming speed deficits to reading disability (RD) was examined. One hundred ninety-three children (ages 8 to 11) ...
RAN and learning disabilities : is there a special connection between mathematical difficulties and rapid automatized naming? Gaiani, Annika (2020)Tässä tutkimuksessa tutkittiin, onko matematiikan vaikeuksista (MV) kärsivillä lapsilla, myös ongelmia nopean sarjallisen nimeämisen (RAN) testissä. Tämän lisäksi tarkasteltiin, vaikuttaako matematiikan sujuvuusvaikeuden ...
Rapid automatized naming and reading fluency in children with learning difficulties Heikkilä, Riikka (University of Jyväskylä, 2015)
Cognitive and non‐cognitive factors in educational and occupational outcomes : Specific to reading disability? Kortteinen, Hanna; Eklund, Kenneth; Eloranta, Anna‐Kaija; Aro, Tuija (John Wiley & Sons, 2021)Low education and unemployment are common adult‐age outcomes associated with childhood RD (c‐RD). However, adult‐age cognitive and non‐cognitive factors associated with different outcomes remain unknown. We studied whether ...
Screening for Slow Reading Acquisition in Norway and Finland : a Quest for Context Specific Predictors Solheim, Oddny Judith; Torppa, Minna; Uppstad, Per Henning; Lerkkanen, Marja-Kristiina (Taylor & Francis, 2021)Early identification of children at risk of developing reading difficulties is crucial for effective interventions. While orthographies and educational contexts differ, predictors included in early at-risk screening tend ...