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Élaboration d'un protocole de remédiation de l'orthographe lexicale chez des adultes dyslexiques universitaires

Abstract : Dysorthographia is much more persistent than dyslexia. Nevertheless, it proceeds from the same cognitive processes, phonological and visuo-attentional, as dyslexia. But the two specific disorders of the written language also come from the deficit of a third cognitive process, lexical orthographic memory, whose involvement is more important in dysorthography. This memoir sought to show that implicit learning, through its system of categorization of graphotactic regularities of language, facilitates the learning of lexical spelling. For this, a three-week training program was offered to seven university dyslexic adults. It consisted of the reading then the rapid copy of ten words respecting the same graphotactic regularity, according to the principles of implicit learning. At the end of the traing, the performancess of the dyslexics were significantly improved for two regularities, revealing a generalization effect to the untrained graphs. The third did not presented any difficulty to the subjects by a recruitment bias of words. In addition, the results also showed an improvement in the letter threshold and overall report scores mesuring the visuo-attentional span as well as the lexical spelling score in sentence dictation. These results confirm the interest of implicit learning in the remediation of lexical spelling.
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Albane Drouillard. Élaboration d'un protocole de remédiation de l'orthographe lexicale chez des adultes dyslexiques universitaires. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2018. ⟨dumas-01895790⟩