Desarrollo de la percepción del habla en niños con dislexia

  1. María del Rosario Ortiz González
  2. Juan Eugenio Jiménez González
  3. Mercedes Amparo Muñetón Ayala
  4. Estefanía Rojas
  5. Adelina Estévez Monzó
  6. Remedios Guzmán Rosquete
  7. Cristina Rodríguez Rodríguez
  8. Francisco Naranjo
Journal:
Psicothema

ISSN: 0214-9915

Year of publication: 2008

Volume: 20

Issue: 4

Pages: 678-683

Type: Article

Abstract

Numerosos estudios han mostrado que los disléxicos presentan déficit de percepción del habla (PH). El objetivo de esta investigación es examinar el desarrollo de la PH en disléxicos y normolectores emparejados por curso de 2º a 6º de Primaria y explorar si los contrastes fonéticos, relevantes para percibir el habla, varían a lo largo del desarrollo en función de las diferencias individuales en lectura. Se comparó el rendimiento de ambos grupos en tareas de discriminación de sonoridad, punto y modo de articulación. Los resultados mostraron que los disléxicos obtuvieron un rendimiento en PH inferior al de los normolectores. El patrón de desarrollo de PH de ambos grupos es similar en punto de articulación, y diferente en sonoridad y modo de articulación. El modo de articulación es lo que tiene más peso en la PH, y muestra un mayor nivel de desarrollo en ambos grupos

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