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This study sought to examine (a) if Rapid Automatized Naming (RAN) differentiates between dyslexic and normal readers in adulthood, and (b) if RAN is more strongly related to reading in adult readers with dyslexia than to normal readers. The participants in this study were assessed on two RAN tasks (Letters and Objects), in addition to: Raven's Matrices; Phoneme Elision; Word Identification; Word Attack, and Reading Comprehension. They were also asked to complete a questionnaire on theirdoi:10.7939/r37c8v fatcat:ozcvwkzo6zcphmkczqrlmdj6o4