Why Children Fail to Learn to Read: Identifying the Cognitive, Neural, and Environmental Precursors

Ozernov-Palchik, Ola.


  • Abstract: Reading development utilizes and repurposes multiple cognitive and neural systems that support innate functions such as vision, hearing, language, and learning. In most children, these systems become seamlessly integrated through the experience of reading to form a reading circuit. In a subset of children with developmental dyslexia, however, neural specialization for reading proceeds ... read more
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