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Actually, it does, in at

Actually, it does, in at least one instance. It basically means they rush through things, don't think things through, and tend to skim over things. ~

"Reading and writing errors mirror the speech errors. Clutterers often read by sight recognition, rather than sounding words out. They will recognize the first part of the word and then guess at the remainder, often guessing incorrectly. They telescope and skip words when reading and skim the text. During recall tasks, they will often miss the main idea and elaborate on details. Writing skills also mirror speech skills, with many misspelled words, telescoped words, and omitted words. Handwriting is notoriously difficult to read."

http://www.d.umn.edu/~cspiller/csd8205/printableoptional.html

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