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E-Readers Are More Effective than Paper for Some with Dyslexia

Figure 4

Shape of interaction of method and PD for reading speed.

A significant interaction of method*PD was observed when reading speed was taken as the dependent variable. Here, the speed is shown as a function of PD, a measure of phonemic decoding. The interaction indicates that those with poor phonemic decoding scores perform better when reading on the iPod, while the reverse is the case for those with strong phonemic decoding scores. (Coloring, etc., as in Fig. 3.)

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0075634.g004