Scalp potentials evoked by amplitude-modulated tones in dyslexia
- Dark adaptation in disabled readers screened for scotopic sensitivity syndrome. Carroll, Thomas Anthony; Mullaney, Paul // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Feb94, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p131
Presents an experiment in which dark adaptation using a Goldmann-Weekers adaptometer was performed on dyslexic readers. Irlen Differential Perceptual Schedule for the Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome; Findings.
- Left hemisphere of the brain is underactive in dyslexic... Abdulla, Sara // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);04/18/98, Vol. 316 Issue 7139, p1189
States that the insular, an area in the left hemisphere of the brain, seems to be underactive in some people with dyslexia. Activity of the brains of dyslexic people; Implications of the difference between normal and the dyslexic brains; Suggestion for a systematic screening of preschool...
- Dyslexic children work harder. // Science Teacher;Dec99, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p13
Reports on the measurement of brain activity in dyslexic children during oral language tasks. Use of proton echo-planar spectroscopic imaging to measure brain lactate activation; Chemical differences in brain function of dyslexic and non-dyslexic children; Exhibition of greater brain lactate...
- WAVEFORM WINDOW #20: SPECIFIC EEG PATTERNS. // American Journal of Electroneurodiagnostic Technology;Jun2011, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p118
The article presents six electroencephalography (EEG) waveform patterns. It states that the EEGs are of six different patients, including a 91-year-old female status post cardiac arrest patient undergoing a burst-suppression pattern, which is a normal pattern in deep anesthesia, a 57-year-old...
- The Neurobiology of Reading and Dyslexia. Shaywitz, Sally E.; Shaywitz, Bennett A. // ASHA Leader;9/4/2007, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p20
The article discusses the neurological basis of the reading disorder dyslexia. Scientists suggest that because reading is an acquired skill, dyslexia may be a phonological deficit. Brain imaging indicates that neural systems on the left hemisphere of the brain control reading ability....
- Regional Cerebral Blood Flow (rCBF) in Developmental Dyslexia: Activation During reading in a Surface and Deep Dyslexic. Hynd, George W.; Hynd, Cynthia R.; Sullivan, Humbert G.; Kingsbury IV, Theodore B. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;May1987, Vol. 20 Issue 5
Examines the patterns of regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) in a surface and deep dyslexic during reading. Analysis of gray matter blood flow which indicated that for the controls, significant right central-posterior activation resulted from reading a narrative text; Existence of differences...
- Visual and Auditory Synchronization Deficits Among Dyslexic Readers as Compared to Non-impaired Readers: A Cross-Correlation Algorithm Analysis. Sela, Itamar // Frontiers in Human Neuroscience;May2014, Vol. 8, preceding p1
Visual and auditory temporal processing and crossmodal integration are crucial factors in the word decoding process. The speed of processing gap (Asynchrony) between these two modalities, which has been suggested as related to the dyslexia phenomenon, is the focus of the current study. Nineteen...
- Faking it. Prigg, Bill // Teacher Magazine;Sep95, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p50
Presents the confession of a dyslexic who learned how to conceal his disability. Compensations through good memory recall; Problems with spelling; Sensitivity to mockery; Attention to special students' needs.
- You just can't keep a good person down! Genet, Russell M. // ASHA;Sep95, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p57
Discusses the author's experiences as a dyslexic. Passing through grade school; Exciting moments during the seventh grade; Disappointments in tenth grade; Decision to join the US Air Force.