Chapter 12 - The Literate Brain
- An interesting fMRI study showing how the visual parts of the reading system depend on the lateralization of the speech production system
- Van der Haegen, L., Cai, Q., & Brysbaert, M. (2012). Colateralization of Broca's area and the visual word form area in left-handers: fMRI evidence. Brain and Language, 122(3), 171–178.
- A model of data that explains why patients with semantic dementia also become surface dyslexic
- Woollams, A. M., Ralph, M. A. L., Plaut, D. C., & Patterson, K. (2007). SD-squared: On the association between semantic dementia and surface dyslexia. Psychological Review, 114(2), 316–339.
- The use of eye-movements has multiple uses in cognitive neuroscience and helps to reveal the nature of cognition. This review discusses in terms of reading and other skills
- Rayner, K. (2009). Eye movements and attention in reading, scene perception, and visual search. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62(8), 1457–1506 (http://explore.tandfonline.com/page/beh/students-guide-to-cognitive-neuroscience-related-articles/