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The Mathematical Abilities of Dyslexic 10-Year-Olds. (English)
Ann. Dyslexia 51, 299-321 (2001).
Seventy-two items testing various aspects of mathematics were given to 12,131 10-year-old British children. Despite the absence of difference in intelligence level, the mean scores on the mathematics test for children with dyslexia was not only lower than that of normal achievers, but also lower than that of underachievers. (Contains references.) (ERIC)
Classification: C42
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