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Coherent motion sensitivity and reading development in the transition from prereading to reading stage

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A study of the relationship between sensitivity to coherent motion (CM) in both preschool and kindergarten and reading outcomes at the start of third grade, based on an analysis of 31 White Dutch-speaking children at risk of dyslexia matched with 31 low risk controls
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Reports & Papers
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Belgium

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