Findings could have positive implications for education and teaching bilingual children how to read.
Neuroimaging study reveals a biological deficit in some children with dyslexia that impairs phonological decoding.
Researchers report high density of neurons in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex play a significant role in resilient dyslexia.
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.
A new neuroimaging study identifies areas of the brain responsible for language processing.
A new study reports learning and behavioral difficulties during childhood can lead to social problems during adolescence for those with epilepsy, even when it is well controlled.
The left and right hemispheres of the brain are characterized by different word processing strategies.
Children with dyslexia show stronger emotional responses than their peers without the disorder. The higher emotional reactivity was correlated with stronger activation in the salience network of the brain, a system that supports self-awareness and emotion.
New findings dispute the popular cerebellar deficit hypothesis of dyslexia. Researchers report the cerebellum is not engaged during reading in typical readers and does not differ in children with dyslexia.