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A fejlődési diszlexia újabb vizsgálatai az olvasási zavar mellett gyakran mutatnak ki teljesítménycsökkenést egyrészt a végrehajtó funkciókban (pl. munkamemória-feladatokban), másrészt vizuális tesztekben. Utóbbiak a vizuális feldolgozás ventrális útvonalának féltekei lateralizációt mutató, magasabbrendű, komplex információfeldolgozási zavarára utalnak, aminek az olvasási nehézség vélhetően csak a legszembetűnőbb megjelenési formája. Egy 2011-es metaanalízis alapján a bal fusiform arcfelismerő terület hipoaktivitása egyértelmű diszlexiában, a jobb oldali homológ terület – mely alapvető fontosságú az arcfelismerésben – érintettségével kapcsolatos vizsgálatok eredménye azonban vegyes. Ugyanígy, az arcfelismerés neurális modelljeiben a bal fusiform gyrusban található szóforma-felismerő terület szerepe tisztázatlan. Az összefoglalóban áttekintjük azokat az eredményeket, amelyek összefüggést mutatnak az arcfelismerés és az olvasás funkcionális agyi hálózatrendszere között, és bemutatjuk a fejlődési diszlexiában megjelenő vizuális deficitet.

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Molnár, Márk

Editorial Board

  • Császár Noémi
  • Csépe Valéria
  • Dúll Andrea
  • Ehmann Bea
  • Erős Ferenc
  • Gervai Judit
  • Kiss Enikő Csilla
  • Kiss Paszkál
  • Mészáros Judit
  • Németh Dezső
  • Oláh Attila
  • Péley Bernadette
  • Perczel-Forintos Dóra
  • Révész György
  • Winkler István

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
ELTE PPK Pszichológiai Intézet
Address: H-1064 Budapest, Izabella u. 46.
E-mail: pszichoszemle@gmail.com

The author instruction is available in PDF.

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Manuscript Submission: HERE