MEG Fields of Subjects with Dyslexia During Word and Shape Recognition Tasks

Abstract

Dyslexia, a poorly understood group of learning disorders, is the inability to read, despite having adequate intelligence and the ability to see and recognize letters [1]. Significant differences have been reported between auditory evoked responses of dyslexic individuals, obtained using the conventional Electroencephalography (EEG) and those of control… (More)

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@inproceedings{Bowyer2000MEGFO, title={MEG Fields of Subjects with Dyslexia During Word and Shape Recognition Tasks}, author={Susan M. Bowyer and John E. Moran and Norman Tepley}, year={2000} }