A Comparison of the Reading Motivation and Reading Attitude
International Journal of Psychological Studies. Vol 3, No 1 (2011)
Comparison of the Reading Motivation and Reading Attitude of Students with Dyslexia and Students without Dyslexia in the Elementary Schools in Ilam, Iran
elementary schools in Ilam, Iran. Within this population, the researcher randomly selected 30 students for the pilot study. The remaining 108 dyslexic students were selected as the sample size but only 80 students with
dyslexia participated in this study as the parents of the other and 28 parents’ of students with dyslexia did not allowed their children to participate. The researcher also selected 80 normal students who had been homogenized
and compared using the attitude and motivation scales. The reliability of the reading motivation and reading attitude scales was confirmed. The content validity of the scales was investigated using the judgment of 10 psychology experts. The analysis of the findings through independent t-test showed a significant difference between the students with dyslexia and the students without dyslexia at <0.000.
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