Centanni-Pantazis-2018

Highlights • Quantified variability in evoked neural responses of children with and without dyslexia. • A subset of children with dyslexia had significantly higher variability in cortex. • Higher variability observed in auditory and visual domains in multiple reading network nodes. • Risk alleles […]

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Raghuram-Hunter-2018

Although there are many anecdotal reports of children with developmental dyslexia complaining of vision symptoms when reading, empirical studies are lacking. The primary aim of the present study was to document self-reported vision-related symptoms in children with developmental dyslexia and […]

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Mettey-Bouvier-2019

To clarify the link between eye muscle function and oral information by comparing 21 dyslexic readers (DR) and 14 normal readers (NR) Overall, 50% of NR children and 81% of DR experienced at least one variation in visual perception (p = 0.053). […]

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Hornickel-Kraus-2013

Abstract Learning to read proceeds smoothly for most children, yet others struggle to translate verbal language into its written form. Poor readers often have a host of auditory, linguistic, and attention deficits, including abnormal neural representation of speech and inconsistent […]

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