dyseidetic

dyseidetic

 [dis″i-det´ik]
dyslexic regarding the sight or recognition of whole words.

dyseidetic

[dis′idet′ik]
dyslexic regarding the sight or recognition of whole words.
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Improving the reading comprehension of children with dysphonetic and dyseidetic dyslexia using story grammar, J.
Improvin g the reading comprehension of children with dysphonetic and dyseidetic dyslexia using story grammar.
Nine per cent were dyseidetic because of difficulty memorizing word forms but intact grapheme-to-phoneme conversion skill.
Phoenecian readers, dyseidetic dyslexics and acquired/developmental surface dyslexics appear to rely on a sublexical route whereas Chinese readers, dysphonetic dyslexics and acquired/developmental phonological dyslexics seem to use a lexical route according to this theory.