Distinguir la dd del sli. Perfiles lingüísticos de niños disléxicos italianos con y sin trastorno específico del lenguaje

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Emanuele Casani

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Este estudio explora la lectura y sus relaciones con algunas habilidades susceptibles (denominación rápida, comprensión sintáctica y producción sintáctica) en una muestra de niños italianos disléxicos con presencia y ausencia del TEL, con el fin de investigar posibles patrones distintivos para los diferentes perfiles de trastorno. Los niños disléxicos con y sin TEL muestran rendimientos de lectura similares, pero difieren en que los niños con TEL tienen deficiencias adicionales de denominación rápida y de producción de pronombres clíticos. Algunos patrones de error típicos emergen en la denominación rápida cuando se trata de niños con TEL y algunas estrategias de compensación típicas emergen en la producción de pronombres clíticos por parte de los niños con TEL y también en niños disléxicos más pequeños. La cantidad y la calidad de las correlaciones entre la lectura y otras habilidades son proporcionales a la severidad de los trastornos. 

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dislexia del desarrollo (DD), trastorno específico del lenguaje (TEL), niveles de lectura, nombramiento rápido, comprensión sintáctica, producción sintáctica, pronombres clíticos developmental dyslexia (DD), specific language impairment (SLI), reading, rapid naming, syntactic comprehension, syntactic production, clitic pronouns dyslexie développementale (DD), trouble spécifique du langage (TSL), lecture, dénomination rapide, compréhension syntaxique, production syntaxique, pronoms clitiques

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Casani, E. (2020). Distinguir la dd del sli. Perfiles lingüísticos de niños disléxicos italianos con y sin trastorno específico del lenguaje. Pragmalingüística, (2), 45-69. https://doi.org/10.25267/Pragmalinguistica.2020.iextra2.03
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