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C M Temple, R Carney
Most neuropsychological studies of cases of chromosomal abnormalities report associations with disorders or disabilities. Studies of Turner's Syndrome (TS), in which their is functional absence of the information carried on the short arm of the second X chromosome, have emphasised disorders of spatial skill and potential abnormality of the parietal lobes or right hemisphere. In contrast, language skills have received little investigation despite suggestions by Shaffer (1962) of considerable verbal skill. This paper reports on an analysis of reading skill, in girls with TS...
June 1996: Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
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