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The illiterate brain: Learning to read and write during childhood influences the functional organization of the adult brain

Study showing that literate people have a different functional organization of the human brain and that learning the visual representation of language (and the rules for matching phonemes and graphemes) develops new language processing possibilities.
Author(s): Castro-Caldas, A., Petersson, K.M., Reis, A., Stone-Elander, S. and Ingvar, M.

References

Castro-Caldas, A., Petersson, K.M., Reis, A., Stone-Elander, S. and Ingvar, M. 1998. The illiterate brain: Learning to read and write during childhood influences the functional organization of the adult brain Brain, Volume, 121, pp. 1053–1063


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