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Alternative TitleA Preliminary Study Subtypes of Chinese Developmental Dyslexia
刘文理; 刘翔平; 张婧乔
Source Publication心理学报
Abstract以阅读水平匹配组为参照对29名汉语发展性阅读障碍儿童的认知缺陷模式进行了分析,并考察了不同亚类型阅读障碍儿童的汉字识别模式。结果表明汉语发展性阅读障碍存在不同的亚类型,以语音缺陷型、快速命名缺陷型及两者结合的双重缺陷型为主,与英语国家研究中的双重缺陷假设一致。语音缺陷型儿童汉字识别时有更多的语义错误,对声旁中的部分语音线索不敏感; 快速命名缺陷型儿童汉字识别时依赖声旁语音线索,表现出阅读发展的一般延迟; 双重或多重认知缺陷型是阅读损伤最严重的亚类型。
Keyword发展性阅读障碍 亚类型 语音缺陷 快速命名缺陷 汉字识别
Subject Area心理语言学
Indexed By中文核心期刊要目总览 ASPT来源刊 CJFD收录刊
Funding Project国家社会科学基金项目(06BYY021);; 教育部博士点基金资助项目(01JBXLXOO4);; 全国教育规划教育部重点课题(DBB030239)
NoteThe phonological processing deficit is the major cognitive impairment of developmental dyslexia in alphabetic countries.Some researchers have suggested that there are different subtypes in dyslexia,such as surface or delayed dyslexia and dyslexia with rapid naming deficit.Chinese characters belong to ideogram,with one character usually denoting one morpheme;they do not bear a grapheme-phoneme correspondence.An important question for developmental researchers is what the dominating cognitive deficit is in Ch...
Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding Author刘翔平
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刘文理,刘翔平,张婧乔. 汉语发展性阅读障碍亚类型的初步探讨[J]. 心理学报,2006,38(5):681-693 .
APA 刘文理,刘翔平,&张婧乔.(2006).汉语发展性阅读障碍亚类型的初步探讨.心理学报,38(5),681-693 .
MLA 刘文理,et al."汉语发展性阅读障碍亚类型的初步探讨".心理学报 38.5(2006):681-693 .
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