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Individuals with Williams syndrome have good spontaneous language despite low levels of intelligence. This study explores the relationship between intelligence, word decoding and reading-related skills in 20 individuals with Williams syndrome. Methods: In addition to the KBIT, the participants were administered standardized measures of reading, vocabulary, rapid naming, phonological skills and an experimental measure of rhyme judgement. Results: There was wide variability in the readingdoi:10.1111/1469-7610.00146 pmid:12751849 fatcat:ximxvkccj5hnxpyhccxaapt4gi