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that some RD subjects (six out of 30) had impaired magnocellular function. Nevertheless, these RD subjects were also consistently impaired on a broad range of other perceptual tasks. The performance of the other subgroup of RD subjects on magnocellular tasks did not differ from that of controls. However, they did show impaired performance in both visual and auditory nonmagnocellular tasks requiring ®ne frequency discriminations. The stimuli used in these tasks were neither modulated in time nordoi:10.1093/brain/awf231 pmid:12244084 fatcat:gzkghc4hsjdczntbxuai26atwi