School Psychology Review

A Neuropsychological Case Report of a Child With Auditory-Linguistic Dyslexia

Ann Obrzut

pp. 356-361

Neuropsychology in the Schools

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ABSTRACT: The following case study reviews the neuropsychological test findings of an auditory-linguistic dyslexic child. Early medical and developmental events which correlated with later auditory processing deficits are presented. A variety of neuropsychological tests tapping intellectual, language, perceptual, and motor processing were administered. Test data were utilized to formulate remedial strategies.