The 2-dimensional complexity of the logographic Chinese character and the crowding and no-boundary-for-word characteristics of Chinese text highlight the importance of visual-spatial attention for the reading performance of Chinese children. In the present study, the role of visual-spatial attention, which is about the attention to the spatial location of visually presented objects, on reading and reading difficulties of Hong Kong Chinese children will be investigated with a three-year longitudinal design.
|Effective start/end date||26/09/13 → 25/09/16|
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