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One, which had no sensitivity to the semantic appropriateness of the final word, occurred at 100 msec (N100m) approximately in the supratemporal plane. Dyslexics exhibited an abnormally strong presemantic N100m response. The other peak response activation occurred at 400 msec (N400m) in the superior temporal cortex, in the vicinity of the auditory cortex. This peak appeared to be greater in response to inappropriate sentence endings and was delayed in all subjects for word endings with phoneme beginnings similar to expected words, until acoustic-phonetic dissimilarity emerged.
These results indicate that dyslexics use cerebral areas that controls do not, and that reading skill is correlated with the level of activity in the right frontal cortex. Shaywitz et al. (2003) examined in an fMRI study the differences in brain activation between three different groups of adults: normal readers, compensated dyslexics (accurate but slow readers) and non-compensated dyslexics (slow and inaccurate readers). All groups performed a pseudoword rhyming task and a semantic task (deciding whether two words belong to the same category or not).
A grammar of the Mpongwe language : with vocabularies: by the missionaries of the A.B.C.F.M. Gaboon Mission, Western Africa. by J Leighton Wilson