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ERIC Number: EJ320495
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1985
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Using Brain Electrical Activity Mapping to Diagnose Learning Disabilities.
Torello, Michael, W.; Duffy, Frank H.
Theory into Practice, v24 n2 p95-99 Spr 1985
Cognitive neuroscience assumes that measurement of brain electrical activity should relate to cognition. Brain Electrical Activity Mapping (BEAM), a non-invasive technique, is used to record changes in activity from one brain area to another and is 80 to 90 percent successful in classifying subjects as dyslexic or normal. (MT)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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