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[Literature Library] Brain functional connectivity and reading achievement in children

Brain functional connectivity

This study explored how reading achievement in children may be explained by intrinsic functional connectivity of the brain. It was found that individual variability of the brain network architecture is associated with functional differences, and may be relevant to academic achievement in the reading domain.

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Reference

Jolles D et al. Relationships between intrinsic functional connectivity, cognitive control, and reading achievement across development. NeuroImage. 2020;221:117202.
 

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