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2010-11-04 13:10:30

By applying electrical current to the brain, researchers have shown that they could enhance a person's mathematical performance for up to 6 months without influencing their other cognitive functions.

2010-08-04 15:39:00

OGDEN, Utah, Aug. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Brain Technologies today announced results demonstrating that a modified music program followed for ten weeks, improved speech skills in children with Down syndrome.

2010-07-16 13:40:14

Imagine if your brain lost its working memory — the ability to hold and manipulate information in your mind's eye.

2010-05-10 10:49:54

Children with dyslexia often struggle with reading, writing, and spelling, despite getting an appropriate education and demonstrating intellectual ability in other areas.

2010-04-12 04:15:00

NORWALK, Conn., April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- The Brain Balance(TM) Achievement Center in Norwalk, CT celebrates Grand Opening; Hires Adam Kluger Public Relations to help promote its drug-free program that helps children with AD/HD, Dyslexia, Autism and other learning disabilities become more focused, improve their academic performance and enhance their communication and social interaction skills.

2009-12-17 19:03:41

Contrary to popular belief, some very smart, accomplished people cannot read well.

2009-11-11 17:54:10

Good readers learn from repeating auditory signals, poor readers do not.

2009-11-11 17:50:13

New research reveals that children with developmental dyslexia have a deficit in a brain mechanism involved in the perception of speech in a noisy environment.

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2009-10-12 12:40:00

Chinese-speaking children with dyslexia have a disorder that is distinctly different, and perhaps more complicated and severe, than that of English speakers.


Word of the Day
meacock
  • An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
  • A timorous, cowardly fellow.
Probably a blend of meek and cock, or from meek +‎ -ock (“diminutive suffix”).