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Atypical speech processing in dyslexia: what is and is not compensated

Tuesday 20 February 2024, 4.00PM to 5.00pm

Speaker(s): Dr Anastasia Klimovich-Gray, University of Aberdeen

Abstract: Dyslexia affects both written and spoken language processing. One of the proposed biomarkers of dyslexia is poor tracking of the speech signal in the areas of the brain that process and analyse speech sounds. Despite this, dyslexic readers do not typically struggle with spoken word recognition and sentence comprehension. In this talk I will focus on the atypical patterns  in cortical speech proces

Location: PS/B/020