Worth Repeating: What is the Role of Audition in Literacy?
Geffner, D. (2005, September 27). The ASHA Leader.
Over the years, it has become clear to me that hearing plays an important role in the acquisition of early literacy skills, particularly when one considers the relationships among phonological awareness, temporal integration, the impact of training, and the effects of deprivation, such as early otitis media, on the auditory system. This article will focus on the interrelationships among hearing, phonological processing, reading, and dyslexia, as linked by definitions, neuroanatomy, and neuroimaging.
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