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2. What are pps with deep dyslexia completely unable to do?

  • Read inverted non-words aloud
  • Read function words
  • Reading concrete > abstract words

3. What do phonological dyslexics also have problems in?

  • Verbal STM and manipulating phonemes in speech
  • Regularisation errors
  • Verbal STM only
  • Manipulating phonemes in speech only

4. Graphomotor patterns

  • Movement commands specifying the direction force and duration of a movement
  • Letter forms

5. When is phonological dyslexia most disabling?

  • During development as there is not a large sight vocabulary already established
  • Adults, as there is a large sight vocabulary already established


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