American scientists found that the violations in biomechanism associated with sequential encoding of sounds, leave the impact on the child's ability to read in the future. Every tenth child on the planet are susceptible to it this problem.
During the conducted experiment, the scientists recorded brain waves about a hundred children at school age. Thanks to the conducted experiment, scientists were able to establish a pattern: those children who read well, coding sounds more consistently compared with poor reading children.
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The researchers also came to the conclusion that if children are able to connect sounds with values, the brain responds to sound in a more orderly fashion. Earlier research has revealed the possibility of adjustment by means of training inconsistent coding of sounds. In other words, how children perceive sounds by ear and affects the reading.