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The 5th All European Dyslexia Conference

Banner with picture from Modena

The 5th All-European Dyslexia Conference of the EDA took place in Modena/Italy from 21st (evening) to 24th of September 2016 in cooperation with the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. 

Official Conference web site

For updated information about the conference, its programme, how to register for the conference and so on, please visit the official conference web site at http://www.eda2016.unimore.it/

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

The conference was held at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Modena, Italy. Check out the town of Modena on this Google map. Discover more about Modena on the conference web site

Programme

See the programme

Download abstracts

The abstracts are collected in a booklet. Download it as a PDF.

Shared slides

Below you will find some presentations from our speakers. They have gracefully accepted to share their files with our participants.

Please respect the copyright and don’t spread or use any content in these files without written permission from the author.

The European Dyslexia Association is not responsible for any content in these files and only makes them available as a courtesy.

Attachments:
 Arnold WilkinsHow and why text strikes the eye65486 kB
 Aryan van der LeijThe early detection and prevention of dyslexia by targeted intervention1283 kB
 Usha GoswamiPhonology, Dyslexia and the Brain: A Temporal Sampling Perspective2074 kB
 Giannis KaragiannakisMathematical Learning Difficulties: filling the gap between research and practice2250 kB
 Cesare CornoldiStrengths and weaknesses in the intellectual profile of children with dyslexia: consistency and not discrepancy667 kB
 Monica Melby-LervågThe development and effects from interventions for language and reading comprehension2541 kB
 Karin KucianNeuroscience of Dyscalculia2646 kB
 Gerd Schulte-KörneEVIDENCED BASED PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT IN READING AND SPELLING DISORDER: A FURTHER STEP FOR HIGH QUALITY STANDARDS IN INTERVENTION AND DIAGNOSIS1622 kB