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Deficient response to altered auditory feedback in dyslexia

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  • Mark van den Bunt
  • Margriet Anna Groen
  • Sanne W. van der Kleij
  • M. W. Noordenbos
  • Eliane Segers
  • Kenneth R. Pugh
  • Ludo Verhoeven
<mark>Journal publication date</mark>2018
<mark>Journal</mark>Developmental Neuropsychology
Issue number7
Number of pages20
Pages (from-to)622-641
Publication StatusPublished
Early online date12/07/18
<mark>Original language</mark>English


Although dyslexia is characterized by a deficit in phonological representations, the nature of this deficit is debated. Previously, it was shown that adults with dyslexia respond differently to online manipulations of auditory feedback. In the present study, we found that individual differences in reading and reading-related skills within a group of 30 children (10--13 years old) with dyslexia were associated with the response to altered feedback. The fractional anisotropy of the arcuate fasciculus/superior longitudinal fasciculus was not directly related to the response to altered feedback. This study corroborates that speech perception-production communication is important for phonological representations and reading.