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White-Schwoch Travis, Woodruff Carr Kali, Thompson Elaine C., Anderson Samira, Nicol Trent, Bradlow Ann R., Zecker Steven G., Kraus Nina, July, 2015
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

Learning to read is a fundamental developmental milestone, and achieving reading competency has lifelong consequences. Although literacy development proceeds smoothly for many children, a subset struggle with this learning process, creating a…

Moreno Sylvain, Lee Yunjo, Janus Monika, Bialystok Ellen, March/April 2015
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Immediate and lasting effects of music or second-language training were examined in early childhood using event-related potentials. Event-related potentials were recorded for French vowels and musical notes in a passive oddball paradigm in thirty-…