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comment How to teach parents to apply early childhood interventions to improve cognitive outcomes in children?
@ChuckSherrington I appreciate it, thanks
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comment What is the effect of not sub-vocalizing on reading comprehension?
@JeromyAnglim If I've got your point, subvocalization could be related to text complexity. So is more likely to improve comprehension when one uses subvocalization.
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comment What is the effect of not sub-vocalizing on reading comprehension?
@JeromyAnglim The answer you have given to that question is more applicable here, I think. It seems the two questions are not about the same issue, though. Given that fluency and comprehencion could be related, but sub-vocalization maybe not. I'd be happy to accept that answer regarding the issue here.
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