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Short-term memory for order but not for item information is impaired in developmental dyslexia

Bibliographic reference Hachmann, Wibke M. ; Bogaerts, Louisa ; Szmalec, Arnaud ; Woumans, Evy ; Duyck, Wouter ; et. al. Short-term memory for order but not for item information is impaired in developmental dyslexia. In: Annals of Dyslexia, Vol. 64, no. 2, p. 121-136 (2014)
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