LDA MN slideshow-mission

Feb. 23, 2016

Imagery is a primary factor in cognition, word reading, and language comprehension. There are two types of imagery--symbol and concept--intrinsic to word-reading and reading comprehension. Neurological and behavioral research validates the imagery-language connection resulting in changes in word reading, comprehension, and specific areas of brain function, in students with dyslexia or autism spectrum disorders.