Auditory and Visual Evoked Responses in Children with Familial Reading Disabilities

Weber, Bruce A.; Omena, Gilbert S.
March 1977
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Mar1977, Vol. 10 Issue 3
Academic Journal
Examines auditory and visual evoked responses in children with familial reading disabilities. Comparison of amplitudes of auditory and visual evoked responses from right and left hemispheres in subjects from three families having reading problems; Lack of differences between dyslexic and normal members of the same family; Possibility of some degree of hemispheric asymmetry.


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