Meta-analyzing brain dysfunctions in dyslexic children and adults

@article{Richlan2011MetaanalyzingBD,
  title={Meta-analyzing brain dysfunctions in dyslexic children and adults},
  author={Fabio Richlan and Martin Kronbichler and Heinz Wimmer},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2011},
  volume={56},
  pages={1735-1742}
}
  • Fabio Richlan, Martin Kronbichler, Heinz Wimmer
  • Published in NeuroImage 2011
  • Psychology, Computer Science, Medicine
  • We examined the evidence from functional imaging studies for predominance of a phonological left temporo-parietal (TP) dysfunction in dyslexic children and predominance of a visual-orthographic left occipito-temporal (OT) dysfunction in dyslexic adults. Separate meta-analyses of 9 studies with children (age means: 9-11 years) and of 9 studies with adults (age means: 18-30 years) and statistical comparison of these meta-analytic maps did find support for a dysfunction of a left ventral OT region… CONTINUE READING

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