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Study finds brain connections key to reading

Discussion in 'AI in the News' started by RSS, Aug 8, 2016.

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    A new study from MIT reveals that a brain region dedicated to reading has connections for that skill even before children learn to read. By scanning the brains of children before and after they learned to read, the researchers found that they could predict the precise location where each child's visual word form area (VWFA) would develop, based on the connections of that region to other parts of the brain.

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