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Dyslexia In Different Languages: Cross Linguistic Comparisons

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Edited by Nata Goulandris, this book presents current research into dyslexia in non-English languages including alphabetic languages such as Afrikaans, Farsi, French, German, Greek, Norwegian and Polish, and logographic scripts such as Chinese and Japanese. In addition one chapter considers the problems children encounter when reading braille.

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Edited by Nata Goulandris, this book presents current research into dyslexia in non-English languages including alphabetic languages such as Afrikaans, Farsi, French, German, Greek, Norwegian and Polish, and logographic scripts such as Chinese and Japanese. In addition one chapter considers the problems children encounter when reading braille.

The objective is to explore a variety of languages and to identify both the typical reading and spelling difficulties characteristic of each language when considering it’s unique linguistic properties and the more common core deficits which can be the defining characteristics of developmental dyslexia, regardless of language.

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