Neuroimaging study reveals a biological deficit in some children with dyslexia that impairs phonological decoding.
People with neurodevelopmental disorders such as ASD, OCD and dyslexia appear to compensate for dysfunction by relying on declarative memory.
fMRI brain scans reveal semantic tuning during both reading and listening to words are highly correlated in selective areas of the cerebral cortex. The new brain maps enabled researchers to accurately predict which words would active specific regions of the cortex.
Neuroimaging reveals surprisingly few links between white matter structure and reading ability in children.
A new Frontiers in Psychology study reveals many teachers believe in common misconceptions about learning and the brain. Researchers say they are considering creating an online training scheme aimed at educators to help dispel such neuromyths.
Researchers discover significant sex-based brain anatomy differences between males and females with dyslexia.
Researchers have developed a new method to observe brain activity during natural reading.
The first two years of primary education are a critical point for the development of the brain's reading network in children, researchers say.