Absence of Right Visual Field Attentional Bias in Reading in Dyslexic Children

@inproceedings{BricoutTomasi2010AbsenceOR,
  title={Absence of Right Visual Field Attentional Bias in Reading in Dyslexic Children},
  author={Laure Bricout-Tomasi and Catherine Billard and Eric Si{\'e}roff},
  booktitle={Behavioural neurology},
  year={2010}
}
A parafoveal word is better identified in the right visual field (RVF) than in the left visual field (LVF), in adults [4] and in school-age children [5]. Attention may play a role, at least partially, in this RVF superiority in reading. The hypothesis is that attention is not symmetrically distributed in the state of expectancy prior to the presentation of… CONTINUE READING