Mémoire de travail et troubles phonologiques chez le dyslexique

Abstract : This paper provides a review on the phonological deficits and their relationships with working and short-term memory in developmental dyslexia. The phonological theory states that developmental dyslexia follows from a dysfunction at the level of phonological representations. However, people suffering from dyslexia show more severe deficits in the phonological processes that involve other cognitive abilities such as working and short-term memory. While difficulties at the level of the phonological loop were emphasized by reference to the first models of short-term memory, the studies that rely on more recent theoretical models are more prone to evoke serial deficits in working and short-term memory. The overall results invite to reconsider, both at the theoretical and clinical application levels, the relationship between working and short-term memory in developmental dyslexia.
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Sarah Wokuri, Nathalie Marec-Breton. Mémoire de travail et troubles phonologiques chez le dyslexique. Revue de neuropsychologie, neurosciences cognitives et cliniques, Montrouge : John Libbey Eurotext, 2018, 10 (4), pp.269-278. ⟨hal-02071812⟩

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