Some perceptual factors related to childhood dyslexia

Mcleod J. (1967) Some perceptual factors related to childhood dyslexia. The Slow Learning Child, 14 1: 5-12. doi:10.1080/0156655670140102


Author Mcleod J.
Title Some perceptual factors related to childhood dyslexia
Journal name The Slow Learning Child
ISSN 0037-704X
Publication date 1967-07-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1080/0156655670140102
Volume 14
Issue 1
Start page 5
End page 12
Total pages 8
Subject 3204 Developmental and Educational Psychology
3306 Health (social science)
3304 Education
3601 Health Professions (miscellaneous)
Abstract The nature of perception is examined from a psycholinguistic orientation and is related to the integrative level of Osgood's behavioural model. An experiment is briefly described where 29 psychological and psycholinguistic tests were given to a sample of seven year old children. The data were factor analysed and five factors extracted and interpreted. Four of the factors were found to contribute significantly to the identification of children who were severely retarded in reading, the two most significant factors being of an integrative or perceptual nature. A questionnaire covering observable preschool symptoms loaded on the two factors and holds promise as a predictor of potential dyslexics. From a paper read at the first International Reading Congress, UNESCO House, Paris, in August 1966. The paper formed part of a symposium on “The Perceptual Bases of Reading”.
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