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Shared anomalies in cortical reading networks in Chinese and French dyslexic children

bioRxiv

Nov 8, 2019

Xiaoxia FengGhislaine Dehaene-Lambertz

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To determine whether the neural anomalies underlying developmental dyslexia are universal across languages or influenced by the writing system, we tested 10-year-old Chinese and French children, with or without dyslexia, in a cross-cultural fMRI paradigm. We compared their brain respons...read more

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Shared anomalies in cortical reading networks in Chinese and French dyslexic children

bioRxiv

Nov 8, 2019

Xiaoxia FengGhislaine Dehaene-Lambertz

DOI: 10.1101/834945

Abstract

To determine whether the neural anomalies underlying developmental dyslexia are universal across languages or influenced by the writing system, we tested 10-year-old Chinese and French children, with or without dyslexia, in a cross-cultural fMRI paradigm. We compared their brain respons...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

French Race
Temporal Lobe Gyrus
Left Fusiform Gyrus
Study
Imaging Region of Interest
FMRI
Left Posterior
Brain
Dyslexia
Cerebral Cortex
115
9

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