Disorderly Conduct

Disorderly Conduct

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Brain imaging and disorders

The Foundry Phase I: Diagnosing Dyslexia (In the Physician’s Office)

Our question: is how do we solve the issue of delayed detection of dyslexia in at-risk youth across the country? Implementing standardized testing in schools to evaluate children has already been done, but not effectively. Although schools have these tests, some don’t score, and some of those that do,

To the Experts!

Our question aims to solve the issue of delayed detection of dyslexia in at-risk youth across the country. Our solution, a standardized test, could help screen students across the country for flags that may/may not lead to dyslexia. Meet Our Expert: Dr. Guinevere Eden:Dr. Guinevere Eden is a

Improving Diagnosis of Dyslexia through Standardized testing or Genetics?

Last Time:Standardized testing, our first idea moving forward from this stage, will act as a filter across the board to help screen students across the country for flags that may/may not lead to dyslexia. Our idea is having a standardized test with reading and comprehension tasks, as well

Diagnosing Dyslexia Biologically or Cognitively...A Change in Direction

In our last post we brought up the issues with diagnosing dyslexia. Although it is has an underlying biological mechanism, there is not one standard way to diagnose it, and imaging cannot be used to diagnose it either. This was our big problem and the question was how can we

Diagnosing Issues in Dyslexia and the Importance of Understanding its Biology

Some would say that dyslexia is a commonly known learning disability. Everyone has heard about dyslexia but not much is known about the biological mechanisms underlying it, and diagnostic tools aren’t always precise. Dyslexia is defined as an unexpected difficulty in learning to read despite adequate intelligence, motivation, and

Meet Disorderly Conduct!

Meet the Team!Anchita Batra: Hey everyone! I'm a sophomore in the College studying Cognitive Science and Economics. I'm from Rehoboth Beach, DE and interested in learning about brain disorders.Natalia Parjane: Hi! I'm a senior in the College, majoring in Cognitive Science, with a Cognitive Neuroscience Concentration. I'm from