Other questions in this quiz

2. What was the conclusion reached by Bradley & Bryant (1978)?

  • Phonological awareness is a cause of reading development although letter-sound knowledge is important too
  • Letter sound knowledge is a cause of reading development although phonological awareness is important too
  • Semantic awareness is a cause of reading development although letter-sound knowledge is important too

3. In a training study by Burgoyne et al (2012), where were the most significant gains found?

  • Single word reading, letter-sound knowledge and spelling
  • Single word reading, letter-sound knowledge and phoneme blending
  • Non-word reading and spelling
  • Non-word reading, letter-sound knowledge and phoneme blending

4. Which conditions improved the most in Bradley & Bryants (1978) Training study?

  • Groups 2&3, Sound categorisation and letter knowledge (2) and semantic categorisation (3)
  • Groups 1&2, Sound categorisation (1) and Sound categorisation and letter knowledge (2)
  • Groups 1&3, Sound categorisation (1) and semantic categorisation (3)
  • Groups 3&4, Semantic categorisation (3) and controls (4)

5. Do SLI and dyslexia both have issues in the underlying processes associated with reading (e.g phonological impairments)?

  • Yes
  • No

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Psychology resources:

See all Psychology resources »See all TB7 D&L resources »