This volume contributes to the growing body of research on developmental dyslexia, focusing on the disorder's behavioural manifestations at different levels of the language system. It is organised into three sections that cover the three main vantage points from which the effects of dyslexia on communication can be observed: neuropsychology, linguistics and the perspective of educators. Together, the chapters provide an insightful overview of the ways in which dyslexia impacts different components of language, including lexical and pragmatic abilities, and present data from experimental and applied research, with suggestions for the application of research-based data in both innovative and traditional language teaching, ways to rehabilitate reading dysfunctions, as well as teacher training. The book will be essential reading for researchers and students investigating dyslexia, as well as foreign language teachers and professionals who work on the rehabilitation of linguistic performance dysfunctions in people with dyslexia.

Late effects of early language delay on complex language and literacy abilities: a clinical approach to dyslexia in subjects with a previous language impairment / Casalini Claudia, Brizzolara Daniela, Chilosi Anna, Gasperini Filippo, Pecini Chiara. - STAMPA. - (2022), pp. 66-86.

Late effects of early language delay on complex language and literacy abilities: a clinical approach to dyslexia in subjects with a previous language impairment

Pecini Chiara
2022

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This volume contributes to the growing body of research on developmental dyslexia, focusing on the disorder's behavioural manifestations at different levels of the language system. It is organised into three sections that cover the three main vantage points from which the effects of dyslexia on communication can be observed: neuropsychology, linguistics and the perspective of educators. Together, the chapters provide an insightful overview of the ways in which dyslexia impacts different components of language, including lexical and pragmatic abilities, and present data from experimental and applied research, with suggestions for the application of research-based data in both innovative and traditional language teaching, ways to rehabilitate reading dysfunctions, as well as teacher training. The book will be essential reading for researchers and students investigating dyslexia, as well as foreign language teachers and professionals who work on the rehabilitation of linguistic performance dysfunctions in people with dyslexia.
A Linguistic Approach to the Study of Dyslexia
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Casalini Claudia, Brizzolara Daniela, Chilosi Anna, Gasperini Filippo, Pecini Chiara
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