Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Dyslexia

Edited by Jonathan Glazzard

Leeds Beckett University

Co-editor:

Samuel Stones

Leeds Beckett University

This book includes a variety of perspectives on dyslexia from different contexts. Chapters provide examples of empirical research; the outcomes of which have the potential to improve the experiences of individuals with dyslexia. The book emphasises the importance of adopting a capability rather than a deficit approach.

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DyslexiaEdited by Jonathan Glazzard

Published: June 16th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.91069

ISBN: 978-1-83881-967-5

Print ISBN: 978-1-83881-966-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83881-968-2

Copyright year: 2021

Books open for chapter submissions

1766 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Dyslexia and Academic Life

By Ruth Falzon

378

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2. Effects of a Phonological Intervention on EEG Connectivity Dynamics in Dyslexic Children

By Nicolas Bedo, Dikla Ender-Fox, Janet Chow, Linda Siegel, Urs Ribary and Lawrence M. Ward

116

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3. Dyslexia and the Speech Pathologist

By Jane Roitsch

143

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4. “It’s a Battle!”: Parenting and Supporting a Child with Dyslexia

By Helen Ross

163

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5. The Three Educational Faces of Dyslexia: Identification and Remediation in the Orthographic Phase

By Diane Montgomery

151

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6. Mediating the Learning of a Student with Dyslexia in a Greek Supplementary School in the UK

By Maria Rontou

97

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7. Visual-Motor Perception and Handwriting Performance of Students with Mixed Subtype Dyslexia

By Simone Aparecida Capellini, Larissa Sellin, Ilaria D’Angelo, Noemi Del Bianco, Catia Giaconi and Giseli Donadon Germano

183

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8. Understanding the Socio-Emotional Impact of Dyslexia in the Inclusive Classroom

By Trevor O’ Brien

188

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9. Potential Logographic Dyslexics Identified via Self-Reporting during a Questionnaire Survey in Taiwan

By Ying-Fang Sun and Pei-Shan Liao

138

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10. An Ecocultural Perspective on Learning Disability: Evaluation of Familial and Cultural Factors and Presentation of an Integrated Model

By Suzan Cen-Yagiz and Berna Aytac

94

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11. Eye Tracking Using Nonverbal Tasks Could Contribute to Diagnostics of Developmental Dyslexia and Developmental Language Disorder

By Zuzana Bilkova, Martin Dobias, Jaromir Dolezal, Vratislav Fabian, Helena Havlisova, Jiri Jost and Olga Malinovska

125
Erratum - Eye Tracking Using Nonverbal Tasks Could Contribute to Diagnostics of Developmental Dyslexia and Developmental Language Disorder

By Zuzana Bilkova, Martin Dobias, Jaromir Dolezal, Vratislav Fabian, Helena Havlisova, Jiri Jost and Olga Malinovska

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