How Left Brain Asymmetry Is Related to Reading Ability – Two “Opposing” Theories Are Both Correct

[ad_1] Brain structure asymmetries are shown, as defined with a novel topological approach that identifies relevant features (left) from noise within asymmetric structures (right). Credit: Federico Iuricich (CC-BY 4.0) Different ways of looking at structural asymmetry show parallel effects on processing of speech sounds related to dyslexia. Researchers led by Mark Eckert at the Medical […]

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