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The interview focuses on her recent article published in Scientific Report and extends to a previous article of 2015.
In these studies Elena and her colleagues showed that children’s handwriting is characterized by a rhythmic structure since the very first writing production (at the beginning of the first grade of primary school). This rhythmic structure is governed by two principles: Isochrony and Homothety.
Crucially, a deviance from these principles could be a marker of language impairment. Therefore, the importance of this study in relation to the recent literature about dyslexia is discussed in the interview.

Poster Publications

Prosody outweighs statistics:
Evidence from German (Mireia Marimon)
Speech perception tasks as an instrument for early diagnosis of developmental
language disorders: a test-retest reliability study of the HPP procedure (Mireia Marimon)
Rules-learing in children with SLI (Elena Pagliarini)