This valuable addition to the literature offers readers a comprehensive overview of recent brain imaging research focused on reading, writing and mathematicsaa research arena characterized by rapid advances that follow on the heels of fresh developments and techniques in brain imaging itself. With contributions from many of the lead scientists in this field, a number of whom have been responsible for key breakthroughs, the coverage deals with the commonalities of, as well as the differences between, brain activity related to the three core educational topics. At the same time, the volume addresses vital new information on both brain and behavior indicators of developmental problems, and points out the new directions being pursued using current advances in brain imaging technologies as well as research-based interventions. The book is also a tribute to a new Edmund, J Safra Brain center for the study of learning Disabilities at the University of Haifa-Israel.1 The RAP effect on regular leaders at grades 3a4 (N 1a4 40): pre-, post- and long -term posttraining effect objective measures At the end of ... and Brande (2011) trained 3rda5th grade dyslexic and regular Hebrew-speaking readers by comparing several training protocols. ... accelerated reading training on decoding and comprehension of both groups; however, the dyslexic readersa#39; reading performanceanbsp;...
|Title||:||Reading, Writing, Mathematics and the Developing Brain: Listening to Many Voices|
|Author||:||Zvia Breznitz, Orly Rubinsten, Victoria J. Molfese, Dennis L. Molfese|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-06-01|