Early cognitive neuropsychological profiles and development of reading skills by Nicola Brunswick

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Brunswick, Nicola () Early cognitive neuropsychological profiles and development of reading skills. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. Early cognitive neuropsychological profiles and development of reading skills The present thesis sought to investigate the precise relationship between the cognitive and psychophysiological profiles of developing readers, of established readers and of failed readers.

The acquisition of early reading skills was associated with a shift Author: Nicola Brunswick. Early cognitive neuropsychological profiles and development of reading skills.

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Menu. Formats. Abstract. EThOS. About. About Europe PMC; Funders Author: Nicola Brunswick. A total of four distinct cognitive profiles were identified in an unselected sample of 1, children aged 5–6 years: (1) high linguistic and high counting skills (%), (2) low linguistic and low counting skills (%), (3) high counting skills in relation to linguistic skills (%), and (4) low counting skills in relation to linguistic skills (%).Author: Heidi Korpipää, Kristina Moll, Kaisa Aunola, Asko Tolvanen, Tuire Koponen, Mikko Aro, Marja-Kristiin.

Description. Neuropsychological and Cognitive Processes in Reading explores reading and reading disabilities within the context of cognitive psychology and neuropsychology. Emphasis is on the roles of brain mechanisms in reading and reading disturbances. In the areas of perception and cognition, theoretical models of the reading process are used to highlight the various psychological processes involved in the act of skilled Edition: 1.

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