The relationships among temporal processing, rapid naming, and oral reading fluency in Chinese children with and without dyslexia

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Abstract

The relationships among visual and auditory temporal processing, rapid naming, and oral reading fluency in Chinese children with and without dyslexia were examined. Primary school-aged Chinese children with dyslexia (N = 47) and chronological-age-matched controls (N = 47) were recruited. Temporal processing, rapid naming, oral reading fluency, Chinese character reading, and nonverbal IQ were assessed. There were significant correlations among visual and auditory temporal processing, rapid naming, and oral reading fluency. The patterns of the relationships among these measures differed between the children with and without dyslexia. The path analyses revealed that visual temporal processing had significant direct and indirect effects (through rapid naming) on oral reading fluency; only the children with dyslexia showed a significant direct effect of auditory temporal processing. These findings have research and educational implications for enhancing the reading abilities of Chinese children with dyslexia. Copyright © 2019 Hammill Institute on Disabilities.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)167-178
JournalLearning Disability Quarterly
Volume43
Issue number3
Early online dateDec 2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2020

Citation

Wang, L.-C. (2020). The relationships among temporal processing, rapid naming, and oral reading fluency in Chinese children with and without dyslexia. Learning Disability Quarterly, 43(3), 167-178. doi: 10.1177/0731948719892075

Keywords

  • Reading
  • Thinking
  • Cognition

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