Resting State EEG Hemispheric Power Asymmetry in Children with Dyslexia

@article{Papagiannopoulou2016RestingSE,
  title={Resting State EEG Hemispheric Power Asymmetry in Children with Dyslexia},
  author={Eleni A. Papagiannopoulou and Jim Lagopoulos},
  journal={Frontiers in pediatrics},
  year={2016},
  volume={4},
  pages={11}
}
Dyslexia is a neurodevelopmental disorder estimated to affect between 4 and 7% of the population. It is often referred to as a learning disability and is characterized by deficits in the linguistic system. To better understand the neural underpinnings of dyslexia, we examined the electroencephalography (EEG) power spectra between pre-adolescents with dyslexia and neurotypical control children during eyes closed state. We reported the differences in spontaneous oscillatory activity of each major… CONTINUE READING
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