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Visual white noise and cognitive skills such as memory, reading, and wordless word decoding in children with reading and writing difficulties A new study found a link between visual white noise and cognitive skills such as memory, reading, and decoding of words in children with reading and writing difficulties. The study “Sensory white noise improves reading ability and memory in children with print disabilities” was published in the journal “Brain and Behavior”. Previous studies have shown that children with attention difficulties and / or ADHD perform better cognitive tasks when exposed to auditory white noise. However, this is the first time this relationship between visual white noise and cognitive skills such as memory, reading, and imagination has been demonstrated. – Word decoding in children with reading and writing difficulties “The white noise to which we children are exposed is also called visual pixel noise and can be compared to glasses. The effect on reading and memory was immediate, ”explained Goran Soderlund, lecturer in education at the University of Gothenburg and professor of special education at the Western Norwegian University of Applied Sciences.

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