Dyslexia and Language
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In this paper the writer looks at how dyslexia affects language in its victims. Specifically, the writer looks at the role dyslexia plays in speech perception (particularly phoneme perception). The paper also reviews what impact dyslexia has upon children with regards to the interpretation of different visual forms vis-a-vis words and groups of words. Finally, the paper concludes by looking at how dyslexia plays a role in deficient phonological processing within sufferers. In the final analysis, dyslexia impacts the language capabilities (and therefore the communication capabilities) of people who must grapple with it each day - and the inevitable consequence of this is a life characterized by frustration, diminished self-esteem, and by unmistakable unhappiness.
From the Paper:"Dyslexia is one of the most well-known afflictions bedeviling children in today's society; it can also be, given the negative impact upon a young person's scholastic achievement and given the negative impression it creates in unsuspecting onlookers that the child in question is "stupid," one of the cruelest. With that in mind, the following paper ..."
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