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Of course, although word recognition proﬁciency is a pre-requisite for literacy learning, it is no guarantee of good text understanding. Highly skilled word decoders—so-called hyperlexics (the mirror image of dyslexia)—are distinguished by their exceptional word reading ability, yet their low intelligence and particularly poor language comprehension renders them unable to comprehend the material they decode so well (Nation, 1999). The ability to instantly and effortlessly recognize the printed word is, in many ways, the quintessence of reading skill.
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