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Title of course:  Neuroscience and the Classroom: Making Connections

Neuroscience and the Classroom: Making Connections

Unit 4: Different Learners, Different Minds

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Section 9:
Resources

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Gallaudet University. http://www.gallaudet.edu.

Lorusso, M.L., and others. "Wider recognition in peripheral vision common to different subtypes of dyslexia," Vision Research 44 (2004): 2413–2424.

Macknik, Stephen and Susana Martinez-Conde with Sandra Blakeslee. Sleights of Mind: What the Neuroscience of Magic Reveals About Our Everyday Deceptions. New York, NY: Holt, Henry & Company, Inc, 2010. http://www.sleightsofmind.com/

Medina, John. Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School. Seattle, WA: Pear Press, 2008. http://www.brainrules.net/attention.

Raz, A., and J. Buhle. "Typologies of attentional networks." Nature Reviews Neuroscience 7 (May, 2006): 367–379.

Schneps, M.H., L.T. Rose, and K.W. Fischer. "Visual Learning and the Brain: Implications for Dyslexia," Mind, Brain, and Education Vol. 1, Issue 3 (September, 2007): 128–139.

von Károlyi, C., and others. "Dyslexia linked to talent: Global visual-spatial ability," Brain and Language 85, No. 3 (June, 2003): 427–431.

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