Training on Movement Figure-Ground Discrimination Remediates Low-Level Visual Timing Deficits in the Dorsal Stream, Improving High-Level Cognitive Functioning, Including Attention, Reading Fluency, and Working Memory
Teri Lawton; John Shelley-Tremblay;
Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A.
Journal: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience,volume 11 (issn: 1662-5161, eissn: 1662-5161)
Subject: memory | perceptual learning | timing | Neuroscience | plasticity | reading | attention | Original Research | dyslexia
The purpose of this study was to determine whether neurotraining to discriminate a moving test pattern relative to a stationary background, figure-ground discrimination, improves vision and cognitive functioning in dyslexics, as well as typically-developing normal stude... View more
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