How Many Functional Brains in Developmental Dyslexia? When the History of Language Delay Makes the Difference

Conclusions: Neurofunctional profiles of Italian individuals with DD are correlated to the history of language delay, suggesting that the relatively better behavioral profiles observed in individuals without a history of language delay are associated with a major activation of frontal networks normally involved in phonological working memory.

from Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology

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