Neuroscience Behind PATH program:

Lawton, T. (2019) Increasing visual timing by movement discrimination exercises improves reading fluency, attention span, and memory retention in dyslexics, Neurology and Neurosurgery, 2: 1-8, Doi:10.15761/NNS.1000118.
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Lawton, T. and Huang, M.X. (2019) Dynamic Cognitive Remediation for a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Significantly Improves Attention, Working Memory, Processing Speed, and Reading Fluency, Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 37, 71–86. DOI 10.3233/RNN-180856
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Lawton, T., & Shelley-Tremblay, J. (2017). Training on movement figure-ground discrimination remediates low-level visual timing deficits in the dorsal stream, improving high-level cognitive functioning, including attention, reading fluency, and memory. Frontiers Human Neuroscience, https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnhum.2017.00236/full.
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Lawton, T. (2016). Improving Dorsal Stream Function in Dyslexics by Training Figure/Ground Motion Discrimination Improves Attention, Reading Fluency, and Working Memory. Frontiers Human Neuroscience, 397, doi:10.3389/fnhum.2016.00397.
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Lawton, T. (2011) “Improving Magnocellular Function in the Dorsal Stream Remediates Reading Deficits”, Optometry & Vision Development, 42:3, 142-154.
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Lawton, T. and Stephey, D. (2009) “Training direction discrimination improves usable field of view, short term memory, and navigation in older adults”, Optometry and Vision Development, 40:2, 82-93.
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Lawton, T. (2008) “Filtered text and direction discrimination training improved reading fluency for both dyslexic and normal readers”, Optometry and Vision Development, 39:3, 114-126.
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Lawton, T. (2007) “Training direction-discrimination sensitivity remediates a wide spectrum of reading skills”, Optometry and Vision Development, 38:1, 37-51.
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Lawton, T.B. (1989) “Outputs of Paired Gabor Filters Summed Across Background Frame of Reference Predicts Direction of Movement,” IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (special issue on neurosystems and neuroengineering), 36, 130-139.
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Lawton, T.B. (l985) “Spatial Frequency Spectrum of Patterns Changes The Visibility Of Spatial-Phase Differences” J. Optical Society of America A., Feature Issue on Spatial Vision, 2, 1140-1152.
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Lawton, T.B. (1984) “The Effect of Phase Structures on Spatial Phase Discrimination”, Vision Research, 24, 139-148.
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