Dyslexia: Integrating Theory and Practice
This work brings together the papers to be presented at the Second International Conference of the British Dyslexia Association. This conference is intended to examine a variety of aspects of dyslexia, within the following general themes - education, language, biological bases, cognition, development of literacy and numeracy and and social and behavioural elements. The contreibutors are specialists in their fields.
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