The International congress "Surgical treatment of tumors in functionally significant brain areas. Features of preoperative and intraoperative mapping" was held on 17-18 November in the National medical-surgical Center, in Moscow.
Ram Frost is from Department of Psychology, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
Stephanie Forkel - Senior Neuroimaging Research Scientist, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King's College London
Seminar "Comparative analysis of different methods dysgraphia/dyslexia correction and the experience of successful complex approach application"
Svetlana Dorofeeva - a graduate of the philological faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University
Seminar by Dr. Anastasia Ulicheva from the University of Hong Kong “Reading aloud across languages: theories and methods”
Reading aloud may seem like a trivial task to a literate adult, which it is not. Reading a word aloud entails a multitude of different processes (identifying printed symbols, converting them into phonological representations and selecting the appropriate one, blending the sounds together, among others). It is not surprising that for many children, learning to read turns out to be a long and effortful process.