The Orton's hypothesis about hemispheric lateralization and reading writing performance revisited: an ex post facto study in Spanish context
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Machuca Aceituno, Mariano; Fernández Cano, Antonio
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2002

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This paper attempts to inquiry the connections between hemispherical laterality and reading-writing performance, based on the theory that Samuel T. Orton established over 60 years ago. No evidence has been found to show a significant correlation between both constructs. Therefore, the widely held belief that the one depends on the other can be refuted.

    Machuca Aceituno, Mariano ; Fernández Cano, Antonio. The Orton's hypothesis about hemispheric lateralization and reading writing performance revisited: an ex post facto study in Spanish context. RELIEVE - E-Journal of Educational Research, Assessment and Evaluation; Vol 8, No 1 (2002).
https://ojs.uv.es/index.php/RELIEVE/article/view/4433

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