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This article is from Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, volume 8.AbstractBehavioral and neuroimaging studies have provided evidence that reading is strongly left lateralized, and the degree of this pattern of functional lateralization can be indicative of reading competence. However, it remains unclear whether functional lateralization differs betwee

Autor: Koyama, Maki S.; Stein, John F.; Stoodley, Catherine J.; Hansen, Peter C.

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