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Andrew Chang, Nathalie Bedoin, Laure-Helene Canette, Sylvie Nozaradan, Dave Thompson, Alexandra Corneyllie, Barbara Tillmann, and Laurel J Trainor (2021)

Atypical beta power fluctuation while listening to an isochronous sequence in dyslexia

Clinical Neurophysiology, 132(10):2384-2390.

Developmental dyslexia is a reading disorder that features difficulties in perceiving and tracking rhythmic regularities in auditory streams, such as speech and music. Studies on typical healthy participants have shown that power fluctuations of neural oscillations in beta band (15–25 Hz) reflect an essential mechanism for tracking rhythm or entrainment and relate to predictive timing and attentional processes. Here we investigated whether adults with dyslexia have atypical beta power fluctuation.

 

electroencephalogram (EEG), auditory perception, entrainment, EEG, beta oscillation

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