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Could Specific Braille Reading Difficulties Result from Developmental Dyslexia? — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: A proportion of children with visual impairments have specific reading difficulties that cannot be easily explained. This article reviews the data on problems with braille reading and interprets them from the framework of the temporal–processing deficit theory of developmental dyslexia.


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