Below are a list of research studies (forwarded to me by a colleague) dealing with the role of temporal processing and reading. I've NOT had the time to read any of these abstracts or articles. I'm posting them here as an FYI. Enjoy.
Visual and auditory processing in young children at family risk for dyslexia. A longitudinal study.
Cross-Modality Temporal Processing Deficits in Developmental Phonological Dyslexics
New Sensory Tests for the Early Detection of Dyslexia
Rapid Visual Processing by College Students in
Children with dyslexia: evidence for visual attention deficits in perception of rapid sequences of objects.
Psychophysical indices of temporal processing abnormalities in children with dyslexia.
Sensitivity to dynamic auditory and visual stimuli predicts nonword reading ability in both dyslexic and normal readers psychology, educational psychology, school psychology, neuropsychology, temporal processing, mental time keeping, IQ Brain Clock, reading, dyslexia