Recent Research into Dyslexia
Research into dyslexia has exploded in the past decade. Many educational institutions host dedicated dyslexia centers, with Yale and UCSF often at the forefront of cutting-edge research. Collaboration between professionals from a wide variety of disciplines such as neuroscience, education, music and psychology is another exciting new trend.
Provides links to open access research papers studying dyslexia, ordered chronologically from date of publication
Summaries of articles explaining the latest research in brain science, written for a lay audience
Understood.org Research Roundup
Short summaries, key take-aways and common misunderstandings about recent research articles on topics including dyslexia, ADHD, dyscalculia and other learning disabilities
Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity Research
Abstracts of current and past research papers, with free access to published full journal articles
Overview of current research projects and citation list of selected publications with links to full articles
UCSF Dyslexia Center Phenotyping Project
12-minute YouTube video describing their cross-disciplinary, collaborative model of research, diagnosis and treatment
New York Times: How children read differently from books vs. screens
Short article by Perri Klass, M.D. published in March, 2021
Fast Forward by Carnegie Learning: 2020 Dyslexia Research Update
Lay summary of three research articles published in 2020 on inheritability, neural differences, and areas of strength in children with dyslexia. One-hour webinar available with registration. Updated 2021research on working memory, auditory component and nonverbal creativity found here. Note: this company has a vested interest in research that supports software they sell.