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How noise gets in the way of reading

A child's brain has to work overtime in a noisy classroom to do its typical but very important job of distinguishing sounds whose subtle differences are key to success with language and reading.



The neural basis of reading

Scientists showed early interactions between the vision and language domains during reading, with the speech motor areas of the brain being active at the same time as the orthographic word-form is being resolved within the fusiform gyrus.



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