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Impact d'un entraînement de l'attention divisée sur le niveau d'orthographe de patients dysorthographiques

Abstract : Superior cognitive functions and especially divided attention are key functions for (spelling and) writing activity. Regarding dysorthographia, studies postulate that attention resources would not be sufficient to deal with the double task writing/spelling. Starting from the premise that rehabilitation for divided attention should improve dysorthographia, we have tried during our study to check if a specific training focused on the spelling level would be effective for 3 patients suffering from dysorthographia. After our study has been done, results show that the way we ran our therapy has improved their spelling and hand writing competencies for the 3 patients. Instead of a few biased methodological element, as a conclusion, we are able to confirm the importance of the divided attention implication regarding dysorthographia.
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Delphine Labadie-Millet. Impact d'un entraînement de l'attention divisée sur le niveau d'orthographe de patients dysorthographiques. Sciences cognitives. 2014. ⟨dumas-01059752⟩

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