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Dyslexia Clinical Trials

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Developmental Dyslexia and Remediation Methods

Developmental dyslexia is defined as a specific and lasting reading learning disorder. This neurodevelopmental disorder has a severe impact on overall academic learning and behavior, compromises professional and social development and affects 10% of school-age children. As a public health problem, its diagnosis and management are still highly controversial, and ...

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tRNS Combined to Cognitive Training in Children With Dyscalculia

The study design is randomized stratified, double blind, placebo-controlled. A group of children and adolescents with DD will be selected and randomly assigned to three different conditions: 1. tRNS over bilateral DLPFC + cognitive training (Brainstim DLPFC); 2. tRNS over bilateral PPC (Brainstim PPC) + cognitive training; 3. sham tRNS ...

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Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in the Treatment of Dyslexia.

The study design is randomized stratified, cross-over, double-blind, placebo-controlled. Children and adolescents with dyslexia will be selected and randomly assigned to two different groups: 1. Active tDCS over parieto-occipital areas + sham tDCS over parieto-occipital areas (Active-Sham tDCS); 2. Sham tDCS over parieto-occipital areas + active tDCS over parieto-occipital areas ...

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Evaluation of the Performance and Safety of a Medical Device Developed to Improve the Reading of Dyslexic Patients

Dyslexia is defined as a specific learning disability that is characterized by reading difficulties, in the absence of intellectual disability, neurological or psychiatric disorder, uncorrected sensory disturbance (sight, hearing) or an educational deficiency. Dyslexia appears in the child from the earliest stages of learning in the form of a difficulty ...

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Effects of TBS on Reading in Adult Struggling Readers

Subjects will come in for up to 2 sessions, each lasting between 1 - 4 hours. Subjects will complete reading and cognitive tasks associated with reading, and receive TMS as well as 2 MRI brain scans, in order to assess brain regions important to reading. Initial, basic screening including MRI ...

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University of Washington Reading & Dyslexia Research Program

Subjects are recruited for a pre-kindergarten education program focusing on early literacy skills. Primary outcomes are improvement in letter knowledge and changes in brain response to text.

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Interventions for Reading Disabilities in NF1

Neurofibromitosis Type 1 (NF1) is a common autosomal dominant neurocutaneous syndrome. The most common concern of NF1 is learning disabilities (LDs). Approximately half of children with NF1 have LDs, the most common of which are reading disabilities (RDs).The purpose of this research is to gain a deeper understanding of the ...

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Dyslexics' Visual Attention Field

dyslexia is often considered like a phonological deficit but some researches show that a visual attention (V-A) deficit can occur in dyslexia. The investigator want to show that some dyslexics have a reduced V-A field in visual search when the investigator use separable feature (letter-like). If the investigator demonstrate that, ...

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Dyslexia Motor Control and Proprioception

2 groups of children (dyslexics and control) will be evaluated on 2 tasks: Evaluation of the proprioception: Perception of the speed and Perception of the position Evaluation of the motor learning: Estimation of state in the framework of a motor perturbation

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Efficacy of a Two-Year Intensive Reading Intervention for Middle School English Learners With Reading Difficulties

Primary Hypothesis: Students receiving the RISE intervention will outperform those receiving Business as Usual (BAU) instruction across reading-related elements, including word reading, fluency, and comprehension at the end of year two of treatment. Secondary Hypothesis: Students receiving the RISE intervention will outperform those receiving Business as Usual (BAU) instruction on ...

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