Lena is a visiting doctoral student from the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany. She is interested in how intrinsic activity of the brain influences perception and language comprehension. During her stay at the Hearing Institute she is involved in a research project on the repair of cortical auditory dysfunctions in individuals with developmental dyslexia.
Language en Rythme: Auditory rhythmic training for children with dyslexia
Can reading performance of dyslexic readers be improved with auditory rhythmic training? A key ingredient for reading is the mapping of graphemes (letters) to phonemes (sounds). Thus, correct representation of speech sounds is critical […]