Atypical right hemisphere response to slow temporal modulations in children with developmental dyslexia

Simone Cutini, Dénes Szűcs, Natasha Mead, Martina Huss & Usha Goswami
Phase entrainment of neuronal oscillations is thought to play a central role in encoding speech. Children with developmental dyslexia show impaired phonological processing of speech, proposed theoretically to be related to atypical phase entrainment to slower temporal modulations in speech (< 10 Hz). While studies of children with dyslexia have found atypical phase entrainment in the delta band (~ 2 Hz), some studies of adults with developmental dyslexia have shown impaired entrainment in the low...
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