@misc{cogprints4522, volume = {13}, number = {2}, author = {Dr Franck Ramus}, note = {Use alternative location for final pdf file.}, title = {Developmental dyslexia: specific phonological deficit or general sensorimotor dysfunction?}, journal = {Current Opinion in Neurobiology}, pages = {212--218}, year = {2003}, keywords = {Dyslexia; reading; phonology; magnocellular; audition; vision; motor control; temporal processing}, url = {http://cogprints.org/4522/}, abstract = {Dyslexia research is now facing an intriguing paradox: it is becoming increasingly clear that a significant proportion of dyslexics present sensory and motor deficits; however, as this ?sensorimotor syndrome? is being studied in greater detail, it is also becoming increasingly clear that sensory and motor deficits will play only a limited role in a general causal explanation of specific reading disability.} }