Auditory event-related potentials, dichotic listening performance and handedness as indices of lateralisation in dyslexic and normal readers.

@article{Brunswick1994AuditoryEP,
  title={Auditory event-related potentials, dichotic listening performance and handedness as indices of lateralisation in dyslexic and normal readers.},
  author={N. Brunswick and Gina Rippon},
  journal={International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={
          265-75
        }
}
Evidence suggests that children with developmental dyslexia have poor phonological processing skills, are less likely to show lateralised activation during the processing of verbal information than children with normal reading ability and tend towards the left of the handedness continuum. The present study investigated this relationship between cerebral lateralisation and reading ability in children with and without dyslexia, directly using a dichotic listening paradigm with contemporaneous… CONTINUE READING
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