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I searched "hyperlexia" (sans quotation marks) to get to this article:
Frances A. Conners, Michael D. Carr and Sandra Willis
I found this thesis earlier today and now I don't remember how I got to it. I hope the above link works; if not, try accessing it while on campus. I'm saving a copy on my computer in case you just can't get to it, so email me if you can't get it.
Comprehension in Children with Hyperlexia. Lester, Michele L. 2003.
Don't forget to check out his reference list at the end of the paper!
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hyperlexia = 168
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hyperlexia = 140