Asymmetrical visual fields distribution of attention in dyslexic children: a neuropsychological study.

Abstract

Visual spatial attention was evaluated in dyslexic and normally reading children by using a flanker task. When an irrelevant distractor is presented adjacent to a target stimulus, interference is observed when the two stimuli are associated with conflicting responses. In the present study the distractor flanked the target either to the right or to the left… (More)

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