Neuroanatomy of developmental dyslexia: Pitfalls and promise.

@article{Ramus2018NeuroanatomyOD,
  title={Neuroanatomy of developmental dyslexia: Pitfalls and promise.},
  author={Franck Ramus and Ir{\`e}ne Altarelli and Katarzyna Jednor{\'o}g and Jingjing Zhao and Lou Scotto di Covella},
  journal={Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews},
  year={2018},
  volume={84},
  pages={
          434-452
        }
}
Investigations into the neuroanatomical bases of developmental dyslexia have now spanned more than 40 years, starting with the post-mortem examination of a few individual brains in the 60s and 70s, and exploding in the 90s with the widespread use of MRI. The time is now ripe to reappraise the considerable amount of data gathered with MRI using different types of sequences (T1, diffusion, spectroscopy) and analysed using different methods (manual, voxel-based or surface-based morphometry… CONTINUE READING

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