Using Cognitive Neuroscience to Examine the Brain Basis of Pre-Reading Skills in Kindergarten Children and Subtypes of Risk for Dyslexia: Toward MRI and EEG Prediction of Reading Outcomes.

Norton, Elizabeth.


  • Abstract: Each child must build a reading brain by developing accuracy and speed in the multiple cognitive and linguistic processes required for reading, as well as the ability to integrate these processes for efficient comprehension. A weakness in any component of the brain's "reading circuit" can cause dyslexia, defined as an unexpected difficulty learning to read. In order to prevent the ... read more
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