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PersonHeikki Lyytinen, Ph.D.
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Project Vartu - Support to Early Learning begins
The Child Research Center of the University of Jyväskylä, together with communities in the Jyväskylä region, have established a resource centre that focuses on supporting early child development and learning, and on preventing learning disabilities.
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Project Fluent begins
The project will build on the expertise of University of Jyväskylä, which together with Niilo Mäki Institute has developed and evaluated GraphoGame Service. The Service includes a set of online games for helping children overcome difficulties in the initial phases of learning to read, which are now used widely across Finland.
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Project Reading development and reading disability begins
The goal of the project (Reading development and reading disability: a cross-linguistic longitudinal study) is to develop a unified neurocognitive model of reading (word recognition) and reading disability (RD) that accounts for both language-invariance and language-specificity.
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Project LukiMat begins
he main objective of LukiMat is to offer web-based support for pre- and elementary school children who have difficulties in learning the basic skills of reading (Luki) and mathematics (Mat).
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Project GraphoGAME begins
Training Grapheme-Phoneme Correlations with a Child-friendly Computer Game in Preschool Children with Familial Risk of Dyslexia
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Project NeuroDys begins
In a multicentre, multidisciplinary, international project NeuroDys investigates the biological basis of dyslexia by collecting samples of subjects consistently characterised across European community’s populations on three different levels: genetics, environment, and neuroscience. The aim is to understand the etiology of the disorder by integrating the results of the three levels. The knowledge gained in this project is believed to lead to the discovery of the underlying causes of dyslexia and to the development of early diagnostic instruments as well as specific treatments.
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Project Proread begins
The project is a comparative research in which the material collected from these countries is compared with each other. The aim of the research is to find out together with compatible scientific data how well will the school institutions be able to respond to the challenge of dyslexia in these countries.
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Overcoming illiteracy globally
We developed a science-based reading support solution, based on 20 years of research on dyslexia, to help children around the world. Our Graphogame technology, built in collaboration with the Niilo Mäki Institute, offers learners a proven method to practice reading skills in an enjoyable way with a learning game.
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