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Medicina: Neuropsicologia cognitiva

acquired dyslexia clicca per ingrandire
Attestation 3
Part of speech Noun phrase
Definition This term refers to both developmental and acquired reading disability.
This term refers to both developmental and acquired reading disability. Dyslexia is associated with lesions of dominant parietal lobe.
Definition source Loring D. W. 1999
Loring D. W. 1999
Context On the contrary, dyslexic children show a remarkable homogeneity in the profiles of their cognitive abilities (e.g. Siegel, 1993) and, in the cases where there is heterogeneity; it seems to be a result of the particular definition. Evidence indicates that the definition of acquired dyslexia used in the study can influence the conclusions made about the heterogeneity of the population. For example, Siegel and Ryan (1989) have shown that if dyslexia is defined as a deficit in word reading skills, all the dyslexic children have deficits in phonological processing, working and short-term memory, and syntactic awareness.
Context source Riddoch et al. 1994
Subject field Aphasia
Sub-field (level 1) Aphasiology
Sub-field (level 2) Clinical neuropsychology
Sub-field (level 3) Aphasic syndromes
Generic concept Aphasic syndromes
Specific concept Deep dyslexia, Surface dyslexia, Phonological dyslexia
Related concept Pure form, Nonfluent aphasia, Fluent aphasia
it Dislessia acquisita
Reliability code 3

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