Evaluación de la velocidad de nombrar en las dificultades de aprendizaje de la lectura

  1. María del Rosario Ortiz González
  2. María Isabel Hernández Valle
  3. Adelina Estévez Monzó
  4. Mercedes Rodrigo López
  5. Remedios Guzmán Rosquete
  6. Eduardo García Miranda
  7. Alicia Díaz Megolla
  8. Juan Eugenio Jiménez González
  9. Sergio Hernández Expósito
Journal:
Psicothema

ISSN: 0214-9915

Year of publication: 2004

Volume: 16

Issue: 3

Pages: 442-447

Type: Article

Abstract

Naming speed assessment in reading disabilities. The present study was designed to examine if the reading disabled (RD) children with phonological deficit show deficits in naming speed using a reading-level match (RLM) design. A sample of 97 children (52 male, 45 female) was classified into three groups: an experimental group of 29 RD children of 4th grade; a control group of 41 normal readers matched in age with the RD, and a control group of 27 younger children of 2nd grade matched in reading level with the RD group. Children were tested in naming speed using the Denckla and Rudel (1976) technique named Rapid Automatized Naming (RAN). Results showed that the RD children were slower than their age matched controls, but similar to their reading level matched controls. This finding suggests that RD children with phonological deficit did not show deficit in naming speed

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