Marsicano_CLI_Poster_1376: Action video-games improves reading and global perception in children with dyslexia: An electroencephalographic study

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Developmental dyslexia (DD) is associated with an altered functionality of right-lateralized magnocellular-dorsal (MD) pathway, which would impact the processing of low spatial/high temporal frequencies stimuli such as global configurations and motion. Action video-games (AVG) training have been shown to improve reading skills in children with DD. However, it is not clear if AVG training can effec...

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