Joo, S., Donnelly, P. M., & Yeatman, J. D. (2017). The causal relationship between dyslexia and motion perception reconsidered. Scientific Reports, 7, 4185. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-04471-5
Numerous peer-reviewed articles based on studies examining the effectiveness of the Lindamood-Bell programs have been published in scholarly journals.
Below, you will find information on these research articles including references, abstracts, links to the articles in their entirety, and more.
Yeatman, J.D. & Huber, E. (2019, January 8). Sensitive periods for white matter plasticity and reading intervention. Preprint doi:10.1101/346759
Donnelly, P. M., Huber, E., & Yeatman, J. D. (2017, September 19). Intensive summer intervention drives linear growth of reading skill in struggling readers. Preprint doi:10.31234/osf.io/jfpe3
Bednarz, H. M., Maximo, J. O., Murdaugh, D. L., O’Kelley, S., & Kana, R. K. (2017). “Decoding versus comprehension”: Brain responses underlying reading comprehension in children with autism. Brain and Language, 169, 39-47. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bandl.2017.01.002
From word reading to multisentence comprehension: Improvements in brain activity in children with autism after reading intervention
Murdaugh, D. L., Deshpande, H. D., & Kana, R. K. (2017). From word reading to multisentence comprehension: Improvements in brain activity in children with autism after reading intervention. Neuroimage, 16, 303-312. doi:10.1002/aur.1503
Effects of a Theoretically Based Large-Scale Reading Intervention in a Multicultural Urban School District
Sadoski, M. & Willson, V. (2006). Effects of theoretically based large-scale reading intervention in a multicultural urban school district. American Educational Research Journal, 43(1), 137-154. doi:10.3102%2F00028312043001137