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Review Papers | Education Management | China | Volume 8 Issue 12, December 2019
Attentional Blink Differences in Dyslexia from Children to Adult: A Meta-Review
Haidan Lu | Lingzhi Xu
Abstract: People with dyslexia show time delay in attention transition, which has been widely concerned by researchers in the past decade. An attentional blink is an ideal tool for studying how visual attention allocates resources during reading, but there are differences between the results. This study used meta-analysis to find significant differences in an attentional blink between people with dyslexia and regular reading groups. Children with dyslexia may significant difference between the study, suggest that dyslexic persons who may have developmental and structural defects coexist; a correlation between attentional blink with some reading ability, suggest attentional blink detachment may be predictive; at the same time, it said that the start time of stimulation flow is significantly correlated with the attention of individual attention. The longer the start-up time, the lower the transient release effect, suggesting that this distribution mechanism can be further concerned in the future.
Keywords: Dyslexia, Rapid Serial Visual Presentation Stimulus, Attentional Blink, Meta-Review
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 12, December 2019,
Pages: 1170 - 1175