Corrélations entre neurovision et phonologie : étude chez des enfants de 4 ans présentant des fragilités langagières

Abstract : Since few years, searchers studied the influence of neurovisual functions in written language disorders. These types of links are not searched with oral language yet. However, looking for brain connexions between language dorsal stream and visual dorsal stream shows several areas dedicated to both functions. We submitted experimental neurovisual tests to children aged from 3 years and 10 months to 4 years and 9 months, with or without a phonological disorder diagnosed by a speech and language therapist. The language of children followed in speech therapy was previously assessed with the French language test CLéA (ECPA, 2014). Results didn’t show significantly lower neurovisual results in children followed in speech therapy. They didn’t show any correlation between phonological and neurovisual processing either. It remains important to assess a maximum of cognitive functions in patients, to optimize the development of their oral and written language.
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Simon Got. Corrélations entre neurovision et phonologie : étude chez des enfants de 4 ans présentant des fragilités langagières. Sciences cognitives. 2019. ⟨dumas-02175055⟩

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