Cognitive Neuroscience and Reading

As the first of four presentations during American Education Week 2012 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Professors Catherine Compton-Lilly and Mark S. Seidenberg shared findings of their research pertaining to cognitive neuroscience in the classroom. Doctor Compton-Lilly explored how recent findings in cognitive neuroscience might inform work with emerging readers. Doctor Seidenberg’s talk considered the current and potential implications of cognitive neuroscience research concerning reading.
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