Volume 6 2012

Reading, Writing, Mathematics and the Developing Brain: Listening to Many Voices

ISBN: 978-94-007-4085-3 (Print) 978-94-007-4086-0 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

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    Pages 1-3

    Introduction to Reading and Writing Sections

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    Pages 5-24

    Evidence of Dynamic Changes in Brain Processing from Imaging Techniques: Implications for Interventions for Developmental Disabilities

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    Pages 25-47

    Magnetic Source Imaging: A Suitable Tool of Exploring the Neurophysiology of Typical and Impaired Reading Ability

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    Pages 49-64

    Imaging Studies of Reading Disabilities in Children

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    Pages 65-82

    A Model of Brain Activity of Young as Compared to Adult Dyslexic Readers and Outcomes After Intervention

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    Pages 83-112

    Optimizing Reading Enhancement: Evidence from Brain Research

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    Pages 113-130

    The Error Detection Mechanism Among Dyslexic and Skilled Readers: Characterization and Plasticity

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    Pages 131-155

    Reading in More Than One Language: Behavior and Brain Perspectives

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    Pages 157-175

    Spelling Disability – Neurophysiologic Correlates and Intervention

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    Pages 177-189

    The Relationships Between Motor Learning, the Visual System and Dyslexia

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    Pages 191-194

    Numerical Cognition: From Development to Intervention

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    Pages 195-208

    The Beginning of the Road: Learning Mathematics for the First Time

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    Pages 209-232

    Ordinal Processing of Numerical and Non-numerical Information

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    Pages 233-275

    Diagnostics and Intervention in Developmental Dyscalculia: Current Issues and Novel Perspectives

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    Pages 277-294

    New Approaches to Teaching Early Number Skills and to Remediate Number Fact Dyscalculia

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    Pages 295-313

    Number Sense in Low-Performing Kindergarten Children: Effects of a Working Memory and an Early Math Training

  18. Back Matter

    Pages 315-324