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Fri Jun 03 2005

TOC: Journal of Neurolinguistics 18/2 (2005)

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        1.    Sarah Oates, Journal of Neurolinguistics Vol. 18, No. 2 (2005)

Message 1: Journal of Neurolinguistics Vol. 18, No. 2 (2005)
Date: 02-Jun-2005
From: Sarah Oates <S.Oateselsevier.com>
Subject: Journal of Neurolinguistics Vol. 18, No. 2 (2005)

Publisher: Elsevier Ltd.

Journal Title: Journal of Neurolinguistics
Volume Number: 18
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2005

Subtitle: Dyslexia: ERP and fMRI studies

Main Text:

Special issue on Dyslexia: ERP and fMRI studies
Edited by: Dr Z Breznitz

Introduction to this special issue: Understanding dyslexia
Z. Breznitz
pp 89-92
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Converging evidence for attentional influences on the orthographic word form in
child dyslexics
J.B. Thomson, B. Chenault, R.D. Abbott, W.H. Raskind, T. Richards, E.
Aylward, V.W. Berninger
pp 93-126
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Reading processes in L1 and L2 among dyslexic as compared to regular bilingual
readers: behavioral and electrophysiological evidence
R. Oren, Z. Breznitz
pp 127-151
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How is dysfluent reading reflected in the ERP?
J. Bergmann, F. Hutzler, W. Klimesch, H. Wimmer
pp 153-165
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Psychophysiology of developmental dyslexia: a review of findings including
studies of children at risk for dyslexia
H. Lyytinen, T.K. Guttorm, T. Huttunen, J. Hamalainen, P.H.T.
Leppanen, M. Vesterinen
pp 167-195
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An fMRI study of the differential effects of word presentation rates (reading
acceleration) on dyslexic readers' brain activity patterns
A. Karni, I.A. Morocz, T. Bitan, S. Shaul, T. Kushnir, Z. Breznitz
pp 197-219
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Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics

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