Skill Acquisition, Reading, and Dyslexia: 25th Rodin Remediation Conference, Volume 1145
December 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
The conference was jointly organized by the Rodin Remediation Academy and the Center for the Study of Learning, Georgetown University; and was sponsored by the NICHD, NIDCD and NINDS, National Institutes of Health, as well as by the Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation, the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives, Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes, and Wilson Language Training.
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Part I: Reading and Reading Development: The Role of Language:.
1. The Development of Reading across Languages: Usha Goswami.
2. Development of Ventral Stream Representations for Single Letters: Peter E. Turkeltaub, D. Lynn Flowers, Lynn G. Lyon, and Guinevere F. Eden.
3. Neural Correlates of Nouns and Verbs in Early Bilinguals: Alice Chan, Kang-Kwong Luke, Ping Li, Geng Li, Virginia Yip, Brendan Weekes, and Li Hai Tan.
4. Logographic Kanji versus Phonographic Kana in Literacy Acquisition: How Important Are Visual and Phonological Skills?: Maki S. Koyama, John F. Stein, and Peter C. Hansen.
5. Mapping Phonological Information from Auditory to Written Modality During Foreign Vocabulary Learning: Margarita Kaushanskaya and Viorica Marian.
Part II: Language and Reading: The Role of Language Modality:.
6. Visual Skills and Cross-Modal Plasticity in Deaf Readers: Possible Implications for Acquiring Meaning from Print: Matthew W. G. Dye, Peter C. Hauser, and Daphne Bavelier.
7. Phonological Awareness and Verbal Short Term Memory in Deaf Individuals of Different Communication Backgrounds: Daniel Koo, Kelly Crain, Carol LaSasso and Guinevere F. Eden.
8. Signed Language and Human Action Processing: Evidence for Functional Constraints on the Human Mirror Neuron System: David Corina and Heather Knapp.
Part III: Learning, Skill Acquisition, Language, and Dyslexia:.
9. Neurocognitive Basis of Implicit Learning of Sequential Structure and Its Relation to Language Processing: Christopher Conway and David Pisoni.
10. Implicit Learning and Dyslexia: Vasiliki Folia, Julia Uddén, Christian Forkstam, Martin Ingvar, Peter Hagoort, and Karl Magnus Petersson.
11. Motor Sequence Learning and Developmental Dyslexia: Pierre Orban and Julien Doyon.
12. Implicit Learning in Control, Dyslexic, and Garden-Variety Poor Readers: Catherine Stoodley, Nicola Ray, Anthea Jack, and John Stein.
13. Two Forms of Implicit Learning in Young Adults with Dyslexia: Ilana Bennett, Jennifer Romano, James Howard, Jr., and Darlene Howard.
14. Impaired Serial Visual Search in Children with Developmental Dyslexia: Ruxandra Sireteanu, Claudia Goebel, Ralf Goertz, Ingeborg Werner, Magdalena Nalewajko, and Aylin Thiel.
15. Structural Correlates of Implicit Learning Deficits in Subjects with Developmental Dyslexia: Deny Menghini, Gisela Hagberg, Laura Petrosini, Marco Bozzali, Emiliano Macaluso, Carlo Caltagirone, and Stefano Vicari.
16. Cerebellar Volume and Cerebellar Metabolic Characteristics in Adults with Dyslexia: Suzanna Laycock, Iain Wilkinson, Lauren Wallis, Gail Darwent, Sarah Wonders, Angela Fawcett, Paul Griffiths, and Roderick Nicolson.
17. A Meta-analysis of Functional Neuroimaging Studies of Dyslexia: Jose Maisog, Erin Einbinder, Lynn Flowers, Peter Turkeltaub, and Guinevere Eden.
Part IV: Speech, Communication, and Attention: Lessons from Other Disorders:.
18. Impact of Cerebellar Lesions on Reading and Phonological Processing: Gal Ben-Yehudah and Julie Fiez.
19. Morphosyntax and Phonological Awareness in Children with Speech Sound Disorders: Jennifer Mortimer and Susan Rvachew.
20. Brain Mechanisms for Social Perception: Lessons from Autism and Typical Development: Kevin Pelphrey and Elizabeth Carter.
21. From Loci to Networks and Back Again: Anomalies in the Study of Autism: Ralph-Axel Müller.
22. ADHD and Developmental Dyslexia: Two Pathways Leading to Impaired Learning: Guinevere Eden and Chandan Vaidya.
Index of Contributors.