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Effet d'un entrainement de lecture répétée chez 7 enfants dyslexiques suivis au CHU de Nice (CERTA)

Abstract : Dyslexia is a chronic neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by a low rate of identification for written words. A mismatch between systems would cause a fluency disorder in individuals with dyslexia. This hypothesis is in line with current neuroimaging research, in favor of a lack of access to phonological representations rather than a deficit in phonological representations. Breznitz postulates that intervention on low-level processes, such as repeated readings with auditory masking, would have a greater impact on fluency in reading than training without masking. This is what confirmed a study carried out in French (Leloup, Cazenave, Guillaume, 2017) on children trained with and without auditory masking; only children in the masking group obtain meaningful performance after training. The efficiency of this training has been shown, however, further research is required due to factors that can affect its efficiency. Our initial study is focused on the effects of this procedure on 7 dyslexic children from the CHU Lenval in Nice (CERTA). The children completed an assessment of underlying and reading processes on pre and post-test. This testing also included a survey filled out by the child and his parents about his disorder's conception. The results show an improvement of reading speed for all studied children. Survey's results indicate that children are more confident in reading.
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Pauline Prat. Effet d'un entrainement de lecture répétée chez 7 enfants dyslexiques suivis au CHU de Nice (CERTA). Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02173950⟩



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