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A structural-functional basis for dyslexia in the cortex of Chinese readers198
A Lifespan fMRI Study of Neurodevelopment Associated with Reading Chinese97
Intracranial recording in patients with aphasia using nanomaterial-based flexible electronics: promises and challenges29
Asymmetrical inferior fronto-occipital fasciculus in Chinese children: correlation with Chinese reading139
Abnormal neural response to phonological working memory demands in persistent developmental stuttering112
The Role of Visual Motion Processing in Chinese Reading Development: An fMRI Study177
Developmental dyslexia is characterized by the co-existence of visuospatial and phonological disorders in Chinese children262
The role of phonological awareness and visual-orthographic skills in Chinese reading acquisition648
Association of specific language impairment candidate genes CMIP and ATP2C2 with developmental dyslexia in Chinese population104
Biological abnormality of impaired reading is constrained by culture338
Diffusion tensor imaging of normal white matter maturation from late childhood to young adulthood132
Neural Basis of Dyslexia: A Comparison between Dyslexic and Nondyslexic Children Equated for Reading Ability149
Development of neural mechanisms for Chinese reading: An fMRI study180
A Genome-Wide Association Study Identifies Genetic Variants Associated with Mathematics Ability201
Neural systems of second language reading are shaped by native language159
Children's future decoding skills using behavioral, functional and structural neuroimaging measures125
Brain morphology of Chinese developmental dyslexia181
Central Coherence in relation to Reading in Hong Kong Bilingual Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder120
Association study of stuttering candidate genes GNPTAB, GNPTG and NAGPA with dyslexia in Chinese population134
Dysfunctions of neural systems for Chinese dyslexia112
Language lateralization in young children and adults: Linguistic dimensions matter143
Stuttering candidate genes DRD2 but not SLC6A3 is associated with developmental dyslexia in Chinese population81
A neural basis for normal and impaired Chinese reading134
Brain networks underlying orthographic, phonological and semantic processing of Chinese characters31
Neural basis for processing hidden complexity indexed by small and finite clauses in Mandarin Chinese167
Brain activity in visual cortex correlates with Chinese reading performance116
Functional anatomy of reading development114
What does fMRI inform the study of Chinese reading development?93
Atypical lateralization of phonological working memory in developmental dyslexia146
Within-subject design reveals converging cortical regions for orthographic, phonological and semantic processing in Chinese reading30
fMRI of Chinese reading disability117
Activation of phonological codes before access to character meaning in written Chinese114
How the brain reads the Chinese language: Recent neuroimaging findings.171
Cultural variances impact brain structures and brain development134
Association study of developmental dyslexia candidate genes DCDC2 and KIAA0319 in Chinese population117
The role of component function in visual recognition of Chinese characters94
Language regions of brain are operative in color perception234
A heteromodal word-meaning binding site in the visual word form area under top-down frontoparietal control43
The role of phonological awareness and visual-orthographic skills in Chinese reading acquisition.110
Activity levels in the left hemisphere caudate-fusiform circuit predict how well a second language will be learned267
Phonological and orthographic working memory in normal and dyslexic Chinese children109
Brain-behavior relations in reading and dyslexia: Implications of Chinese results192
Lateralization of the arcuate fasciculus and its differential correlation with reading ability between young learners and experienced readers: A diffusion tensor tractography study in a chinese cohort207
The role of anxiety in stuttering: evidence from functional connectivity143
Brain Imaging Research on Chinese Dyslexia34
Differential impacts of different keyboard inputting methods on reading and writing skills122
Children's reading performance is correlated with white matter structure measured by diffusion tensor imaging154
Distinct brain regions associated with syllable and phoneme92
Functional and morphometric brain dissociation between dyslexia and reading ability144
Reading depends on writing, in Chinese244
Chinese Character and English Word processing in children's ventral occipitotemporal cortex: fMRI evidence for script invariance159
China’s language input system in the digital age affects children’s reading development.112
Altered functional connectivity in persistent developmental stuttering107
Semantic Radicals Contribute to the Visual Identification of Chinese Characters83