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Integration of Contemporary Views on Reading
Integration of contemporary views on reading

The interpretation of reading difficulties can be wrapped up by presenting examples of studies that integrate Luria's notion, as we discussed earlier in Chapter 7, with contemporary views. This chapter is a scientific report, written in the style of an article in an academic journal. So, I hope that psychologists and other academics will find it worth reading. Is it of interest to teachers? For every one of them! Why not?

The inability to engage in phonological coding has been suggested as the major cause of reading disability for children (Stanovich, 1988; Torgesen et al., 1994). Researchers generally agree that phonological processing plays an important role in early reading. One of the most frequently cited ...

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