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Home News A Neurocognitive Research Review Of A Curious Unexplored Phenomenon

A Neurocognitive Research Review Of A Curious Unexplored Phenomenon

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There are about 750 million adult illiterates who in principle could learn fluent reading. However, adult literacy programs have performed poorly. Various social and operational reasons may be responsible. This paper explores the role of some neurocognitive reasons in adult performance.

Automatic readers of a script detect letters and words effortlessly and involuntarily. Adults learning new scripts find it hard to attain this performance. Whether illiterate or educated, adults learning a new script detect letters slowly, may make mistakes, understand little,soon abandon the task, and may also forget what they learned…………..