reading disorder

reading disorder

a language disorder in which one's reading ability is significantly below intellectual capacity. Tests show that the problem does not involve mental retardation, chronological age, or inadequate schooling but is marked by faulty oral reading, slow reading, and reduced comprehension.

reading disorder

See Dyslexia, Reading disability.

reading disorder

A condition that interferes with or prevents comprehension of written or printed material; used esp. in reference to children. In some adults, the condition may have developed from a brain injury or may have persisted from infancy.
See: dyslexia
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The types like reading disorder (dyslexia), written expression disorder (dysgraphia), and mathematics disorder (dyscalculia) can be seen together or separately The frequency and prevalence of the SLD are stated in various reports with different rates depending on the size of the sample and the inclusion criteria.
Makovicka Reader for primary school students with developmental reading disorder, Part 1 Batik, Chovanov 700 pieces.
Dyslexia--a developmental reading disorder --is the most common type of learning disorder (LD).
I think I may be dyslexic," he says, adding that his son also has the reading disorder.
More than 200 teachers attended the event and learned about the characteristics of dyslexia and how to identify a child that might have the reading disorder.
Likewise, specific learning disorder combines the DSM-IV diagnoses of reading disorder, mathematics disorder, disorder of written expression, and learning disorder not otherwise specified.
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We begin with a brief reference to the most widely-used terms in this area: specific learning disability, reading learning disabilities, developmental dyslexia, dyslexia, learning disorder and reading disorder.
These children had a developmental reading disorder but no other psychiatric comorbidities.
Students may also have a reading disorder due to natural processing and retention abilities.