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By Hugh W. Catts, Alan G. Kamhi

This is often an edited ebook in response to papers offered at a 2003 invitee-only convention below the sponsorship of the Merrill complex reports heart of the collage of Kansas. The contributors have been in demand students within the parts of language and analyzing, and feature learn courses funded by way of NIH and different resources. the aim of the collection used to be to debate theoretical concerns and examine findings in regards to the courting among developmental language and examining disabilities, in particular taking a look at neurological, behavioral, and genetic components. furthermore, it mentioned different elements contributing to examining problems within the heart undemanding institution years via formative years and literacy results for kids with early language impairments, and the way those difficulties relate to youngsters with dyslexia. The Foreword is written by way of Reid Lyon, department leader, baby improvement and behaviour department, NICHD-National Institutes of Health.This e-book appeals to students within the components of language issues and interpreting disabilities, in addition to to working towards speech-language pathologists, designated educators, and analyzing experts. it may well even be utilized in graduate classes designed as seminars in both language problems or analyzing disabilities in faculties of communique issues, in addition to colleges of education--especially designated schooling departments.

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It also provides reliable multibaseline as­ 36 CATTS, HOGAN, ADLOF sessment of phonetic decoding and word reading fluency that are appro­ priate for the primary grades. This combination of assessments allows DIBELS to be used quite effectively within the Rtl approach to identify and monitor problems in word recognition. Interventions are also available to address problems in word recogni­ tion during the early school grades. Over the last 10 years, a number of studies have developed and/or tested the efficacy of intervention pro­ grams directed at preventing or remediating word recognition deficits in young children.

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