Here is yet another Ga related article, this one from the European Journal of Psychological Assessment [Those measurement people in the Netherlands do top notch cutting edge psychometric research]. The article investigates the abilities involved in Ga phoneme segmentation tasks. I have drawn (excuse the bad artwork---I am convinced I have been dysgraphic since childhood) a crude causal model of the essence of the article.
The article can be viewed with annotated comments as per the IQ's Reading feature of this blog. Click here to view.
The primary purpose of this post is to help practitioners understand what phoneme segmentation tasks may measure and how important they may be for the assessment of children with reading problems. The secondary purpose is to demonstrate how, if one knows CHC theory well, relatively easy it is to interpret non-CHC based research (and measures used) from the lens of CHC---using your CHC-as-a-second-language abilities.
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