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Out‐of‐synchrony speech entrainment in developmental dyslexia
Developmental dyslexia is a reading disorder often characterized by reduced awareness of speech units. Whether the neural source of this phonological disorder in dyslexic readers results from theExpand
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Developmental evaluation of atypical auditory sampling in dyslexia: Functional and structural evidence
Whether phonological deficits in developmental dyslexia are associated with impaired neural sampling of auditory information at either syllabic‐ or phonemic‐rates is still under debate. In addition,Expand
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Phase−amplitude coupling between theta and gamma oscillations adapts to speech rate
Low‐ and high‐frequency cortical oscillations play an important role in speech processing. Low‐frequency neural oscillations in the delta (<4 Hz) and theta (4–8 Hz) bands entrain to the prosodic andExpand
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Delta(but not theta)‐band cortical entrainment involves speech‐specific processing
Cortical oscillations phase‐align to the quasi‐rhythmic structure of the speech envelope. This speech–brain entrainment has been reported in two frequency bands, that is both in the theta band (4–8Expand
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Is there a common oscillatory brain mechanism for producing and predicting language?
We have reviewed recent findings emerging from oscillatory analysis of high temporal resolution measures (electrophysiological brain activity) collected before the presentation of an expected stimulus, to explore the parallels in processing between prediction and production. Expand
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Low frequency overactivation in dyslexia: Evidence from resting state Magnetoencephalography
In this study, we compared the brain activation profiles obtained from resting state Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) activity in 15 dyslexic patients with the profiles of 15 normal controls, using power spectral density (PSD) analysis. Expand
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Numbers are not like words: Different pathways for literacy and numeracy
We find brain activation differences for literacy and numeracy from early stages of processing in the temporal-occipital and temporal-parietal regions. Expand
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Amodal Atypical Neural Oscillatory Activity in Dyslexia
It has been proposed that atypical neural oscillations in both the auditory and the visual modalities could explain why some individuals fail to learn to read and suffer from developmental dyslexia.Expand
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The Role of Slow Speech Amplitude Envelope for Speech Processing and Reading Development
This study examined the putative link between the entrainment to the slow rhythmic structure of speech, speech intelligibility and reading by means of a behavioral paradigm. Two groups of 20 childrenExpand
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Word and object recognition during reading acquisition: MEG evidence
Highlights • This MEG study investigates the effect of reading acquisition on children’s brain.• Children’s left language network is activated by written words as reading improves.• Reading expertiseExpand
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