A Multisensory Music Intervention for Children With Reading Disorders (RitMoZ)

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • participants needed
    60
  • sponsor
    Research Centre for Natural Sciences
Updated on 3 October 2022
developmental dyslexia
reading disorder
Accepts healthy volunteers

Summary

With this study, we wish to test how effective/ beneficial music activities can be for children with dyslexia.

Description

Studies have shown that music in the form of training (i.e., intervention) is able to facilitate linguistic processes (e.g., phonological encoding/decoding, categorical perception) and cognitive functions (e.g., working memory) in children that have dyslexia or reading difficulties. In addition to this, music trainings with a focus on entrainment can improve phonological as well as reading skills.

In line with the above, we have designed and developed a music training programme. This programme, which is called RitMoZ Training (i.e., from Ritmus és Mozgás és Zene: meaning Rhythm and Movement and Music in Hungarian language), is designed for (Hungarian) children who have dyslexia or reading difficulties.

In order to assess the efficacy of the music training, we are going to conduct a randomized controlled trial which consists of a pre-training phase, a training phase and a post-training phase.

Details
Condition Reading Disorder
Treatment Music Training (RitMoZ Training), Spelling Training
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05137353
SponsorResearch Centre for Natural Sciences
Last Modified on3 October 2022

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