Learning how to read in school | Max Planck Society

As part of a project from the DeveL (Development Lexicon Project) study, scientists at the Berlin-based Max Planck Institute for Human Development are studying how words are read by people of different ages. Participants range from first-graders through to seventy-year-olds – in other words, people of all generations. To date, studies compared children with young adults or young adults with older adults, but there was never research on children and older adults jointly.

Source: Learning how to read in school | Max Planck Society

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