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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. on behalf of the British Dyslexia Association

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Volume 11, Number 3, 1 August 2005

Poor frequency discrimination is related to oral language disorder in children: a psychoacoustic study
pp. 155-173(19)
Authors: Mengler, Elise D.; Hogben, John H.; Michie, Patricia; Bishop, Dorothy V. M.

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The cerebellar deficit hypothesis and dyslexic tendencies in a non‐clinical sample
pp. 174-185(12)
Authors: Brookes, Rebecca L.; Stirling, John

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Measurement error: implications for diagnosis and discrepancy models of developmental dyslexia
pp. 186-202(17)
Authors: Cotton, Sue M.; Crewther, David P.; Crewther, Sheila G.

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Identification, assessment and intervention—implications of an audit on dyslexia policy and practice in Scotland
pp. 203-216(14)
Authors: Reid, Gavin; Deponio, Pamela; Petch, Louise Davidson

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Motor coordination difficulties in a municipality group and in a clinical sample of poor readers
pp. 217-231(15)
Authors: Iversen, Synnøve; Berg, Karin; Ellertsen, Bjørn; Tønnessen, Finn‐Egil

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