Remedial Instruction Can Make Strong Readers Out Of Poor Readers, Brain Imaging Study Reveals (June 12, 2008) — A new brain imaging study of poor readers found that 100 hours of remedial instruction not only improved the skills of struggling readers, but also changed the way the parietotemporal regions of … > read more
Remedial Instruction Rewires Dyslexic Brains, Provides Lasting Results, Study Shows Science Daily
A new Carnegie Mellon University brain imaging study of dyslexic students and other poor readers shows that the brain can permanently rewire itself and overcome reading deficits, if students are given 100 hours of intensive remedial instruction.
Sound Training Rewires Dyslexic Children’s Brains For Reading (November 4, 2007) — Brain imaging adds further support to the idea that at least some children with dyslexia have trouble processing sound, rather than a visual problem. The study also shows that computer-based sound … > read more