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Data so far suggest that children with developmental dyslexia indeed show atypical auditory processing of rise time stimuli, with Nl amplitude (an EEG measure of sound registration) failing to reduce as amplitude envelope rise times become extended (Thomson, Baldeweg, and Goswami 2005). This suggests that neural responses in the dyslexic brain do not distinguish between different rise times, at least for the auditory processing comparisons used in our study (15 ms versus 90 ms rise times). Conclusion Different neuroimaging methodologies contribute complementary data regarding the neural networks underpinning reading acquisition and developmental dyslexia.
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