Researchers have identified a connectivity fingerprint that suggests the brain's reading network works across different cognitive domains, even mathematical skills.
A new book helps researchers screen for potential reading difficulties in young children.
A structural brain scaffold in infants serves as a foundation for literacy. Language and reading may refine this pre-existing brain scaffold. The study also reveals robust language networks activate while children sleep if stories are read to them during slumber.
A new study sheds light on how reading shapes our brain and can improve our memory. Those who are not practiced readers, researchers discovered, find it more difficult to distinguish how an object is oriented in space.
Findings shed light on possible causes for reading disorders such as dyslexia.
Researchers study event related potentials to help predict children's reading levels in years to come.
Researchers offer specific guidance to parents about just what kind of talk is most important, and at what ages and stages in a child’s growth.