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Les résultats précoces aux tâches DRA, prédictifs des performances scolaires dès le CP ?

Abstract : The objective of our study is to enhance the reliability of the Rapid Automatized Naming (RAN) tool. It was applied to a sample of 122 unselected children as they were entering first-grade. We more particularly wanted to assess the degree of relevance of RAN items in the prospect of detecting possible underlying disorders that might lead to future academic difficulties. The children were first tested on 8 sets of RAN tasks, each based upon one specific category of items; they then performed reading and arithmetic tests after an interval of three months in order to evaluate the predictive power of each category of items. Our results show a significant link between RAN speed and some of the academic tests. Rapid Automatized Naming appears to be a reliable tool for speech-language pathologists to screen young children for future academic difficulties.
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Sarah Bouvier, Maëva Tamby. Les résultats précoces aux tâches DRA, prédictifs des performances scolaires dès le CP ?. Sciences cognitives. 2016. ⟨dumas-01375622⟩

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