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Protocol of the semi-structured literature review to select the content for 'A Universal Screening Tool for Dyslexiaby a Web-Game and Machine Learning'.
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Protocol of the semi structured literature review to select the content for a 'A Universal Screening Tool for Dyslexiaby a Web-Game and Machine Learning'.
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Sound vs visual learning
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Protocol of the semi structured literature review to select the content for a 'A Universal Screening Tool for Dyslexiaby a Web-Game and Machine Learning'.
Content:
Meta data of the keywords and found articles.
Searchstrings that have been evaluated and
checked. First the title, than the Abstract etc.
until either the article has been found
interessting for the research project or not
connected. The comment is explaining the
decision.
Main Findings of the semi structured
literature review. These were the topics
selected for the research project of 'A
universal Screening Tool for Dyslexia by a
Web-Game and Machine Learning'.
List of words that have not been used for the
selected literature review yet. This list was
used during that process to collect possible
keywords.
Protocol of the semi structured literature review to select the content for a 'A Universal Screening Tool for Dyslexiaby a Web-Game and Machine Learning'.
Meta Data: semi structured literature review
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1 07.07.2016 PMC 10899 0
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9 07.07.2016 scienceDirect 47360 5
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language learning
visual sound
language learning
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comparision
language learning
visual sound
comparison
language learning
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mapping
word visual sound
mapping
visual object
recognition sound
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auditory and
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possible words for the
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comparision
dyslexia
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Journal: Annals of
Dyslexia
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title
# no match at all
# First 20 Entries - no match at all
# First 20 Entries - no match at all
1 A Cross-Linguistic Study of Sound-Symbolism in Children’s Verb Learning
StartRESEARCH FROM HERE WITH Ricardo Persistent auditory disorders in young dyslexic adults
LOOK AT die gespeicherten Artikel in Google Scholar Biblothek
comparison "verbal comprehension" "auditory comprehension" children, "visual memory" "auditory memory" dyslexia
Look at the journals: Journal of Hearing and Speech, child psychologie and Psychartie, Wechsel WISC IV
1 A Randomized Controlled Trial on The Beneficial Effects of Training Letter-Speech Sound Integration on Reading
Fluency in Children with Dyslexia
2 Sound Symbolism Facilitates Word Learning in 14-Month-Olds
1 The role of visual representations during the lexical access of spoken words (no, it's about activating the visual areas
when seeing a word)
2 The what, when, where, and how of visual word recognition. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24373885 Just teh
Abstract - seem to be no paper
1) What you see isn’t always what you get: Auditory word signals trump consciously perceived words in lexical access
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010027716300476
2) Electrostimulation mapping of comprehension of auditory and visual words
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010945215002403
3) Music and words in the visual cortex: The impact of musical expertise
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010945216301472
4) Left perirhinal cortex codes for similarity in meaning between written words: Comparison with auditory word input
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0028393215001219
5) Spoken word recognition of novel words, either produced or only heard during learning
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0749596X15001205
1) Prosody guides the rapid mapping of auditory word
forms onto visual objects in 6-mo-old infants http://www.pnas.org/content/108/15/6038.full.pdf
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Language_acquisition
Interessting journal: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/0749596X/92
# visual object recognition
# auditory and visual words
1) Persistent auditory disorders in young dyslexic adults - Johnson -> Auditory a problem for dyslexics and visual to compensate auditory similarities
No literture which cited this article is near to detection with auditory elements
Similar articels in google scholar:
1) Do dyslexic individuals present a reduced visual attention span? Evidence from visual recognition tasks of non-verbal
10 Viewing a phonological deficit within a multifactorial model of dyslexia
1) Audiovisual perception of natural speech is impaired in adult dyslexics: An ERP study - comparision auditory and
visual
1) N300 indexes deficient integration of orthographic and phonological representations in children with dyslexia,
Schulte-Körne, 2012
2) Effectiveness of Treatment Approaches for Children and Adolescents with Reading Disabilities: A Meta-Analysis of
Randomized Controlled Trials
3) Automatic integration of auditory and visual information is not simultaneous in Chinese
4) Genetics of developmental dyslexia
Comment
To many articels
NOT relevant because ...
# refering to deaf infants
# refering to schizophrenia
# sign language
# not refering to humans
NOT relevant because ...
# only releated to sound or visual items
1) Persistent auditory disorders in young dyslexic adults - Johnson -> Auditory a problem for dyslexics and visual to compensate auditory similarities
http://link.springer.com/search?sortOrder=newestFirst&facet-content-type=Article&facet-journal-id=11881
not included becasue...
# reading and spelling acquisition
# Evaluation after years of improvement
# focus on visual
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title
1) Rapping dyslexia: learning rhythm, rhyme and flow in dyslexic children
2) Smart pen: new multimodal computer control tool for dyslexia therapy [Especially for dysgraphia]
3) Dytective: Toward a Game to Detect Dyslexia [Tool to Detect via letters]
4) A Game to Target the Spelling of German Children with Dyslexia [Exercises for German with errors]
5) Assistive systems for children with dyslexia and autism [auditory system]
6) 15 minutes of video game for the treatment of dyslexia [Attention,Exercises,Modalities]
7) Tiblo: a tangible learning aid for children with dyslexia [social effect]
8) When music, information technology, and medicine meet [cloud-based therapy ]
9) Phonological working memory impacts on information searching: an investigation of dyslexia [how it works]
10) Extracting information from music audio [generell how to extract information from music]
11) The urban musical game: using sport balls as musical interfaces [Music connect objectes]
12) Music classification method based on lyrics for music therapy [Music therapy]
13) Graphical schemes may improve readability but not understandability for people with dyslexia [dyslexic visuell
better]
14) Music box: composing and performing visual music [music creating]
15) The music pattern: A creative tabletop music creation platform [music pattern]
16) Children's music journey: the development of an interactive software solution for early childhood music education
[music education]
http://dl.acm.org/results.cfm?query=acmdlTitle%3A%28Dyslexia%20Music%20Diagnosis%29%20%20AND
%20recordAbstract%3A%28Dyslexia%20Music%20Diagnosis%29&start=80&filtered=&within=owners%2Eowner
%3DHOSTED&dte=&bfr=&srt=_score
No. 100
1) BeSound: embodied reflexion for music education in childhood [music education; childhood]
2) Seen music: ambient music data visualization for children with hearing impairments [music visualisation]
3) Interactive reflexive and embodied exploration of sound qualities with BeSound [music game learning]
4) BeatTable: a tangible approach to rhythms and ratios [music and math]
5) Digital schola: music readers as learning/teaching tools [music teaching]
6) Playful Sounds From The Classroom: What Can Designers of Digital Music Games Learn From Formal Educators?
[music education]
1) The Relation between Music and Phonological Processing in Normal-Reading Children and Children with Dyslexia
[Music;Reading]
2) Music, rhythm, rise time perception and developmental dyslexia: Perception of musical meter predicts
reading and phonology [Rhythm related to auditory perception]
3) Dyslexia: automated diagnosis by computerized classification of brain electrical activity. [Diagnosis;Dyslexia]
4) Dyslexia, Temporal Processing and Music: The Potential of Music as an Early Learning Aid for Dyslexic Children
[Music therapy]
5) [Diagnosis] Dyslexia and Hyperlexia: Diagnosis and Management of Developmental Reading Disabilities [Diagnosis]
6) Relating pitch awareness to phonemic awareness in children: Implications for tone-deafness and dyslexia [ Pitch
Awareness;Dyslexica]
7) Music, Noise-Exclusion, and Learning [Music therapy]
8) Inclusive Music Teaching Strategies for Elementary-Age Children with Developmental Dyslexia [Music therapy]
9) Perception of patterns of musical beat distribution in phonological developmental dyslexia: significant longitudinal
relations with word reading and reading comprehension. [Music therapy]
10) Auditory temporal processing skills in musicians with dyslexia. [Music therapy; Auditory Temporal Processing]
11) Global and local pitch perception in children with developmental dyslexia. [Diagnosis with pitch perception]
13) Suzuki Training for Children with Dyslexia [Music; Therapy]
14) THE RELATION BETWEEN MUSIC AND PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING IN NORMAL-READING CHILDREN
AND CHILDREN WITH DYSLEXIA [Music Therapy]
15) Gifted Learners, Dyslexia, Music, and the Piano: Rude, Inattentive, Uncooperative, or Something Else? [Learning
Music]
16) Dyslexia and music: toward a comprehensive pedagogy [Learning Music]
17) Adapting music instruction for students with dyslexia: several simple adaptations in the music classroom can greatly
enhance dyslexic students' learning [Learning Music]
# Stopped after Article 20, page 2
https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=de&q=Dyslexia%2C+Music%2C+Diagnosis&btnG=&lr=
1) Music and Dyslexia: A New Musical Training Method to Improve Reading and Related Disorders [Music Therapy]
2) Wiley: Dyslexia: A Practitioner's Handbook, 5th Edition [Diagnosis; Music; Temporal Processing]
3) Tackling the 'dyslexia paradox': reading brain and behavior for early markers of developmental dyslexia. [Diagnosis;
Brain]
4) Beyond Words: How Humans Communicate Through Sound [Sounds]
5) Intertrial auditory neural stability supports beat synchronization in preschoolers [Language; Sound;
recognition]
6) Getting back on the beat: links between auditory-motor integration and precise auditory processing at fast
time scales. [Language; Auditory Processing;]
7) Speech auditory brainstem response audiometry in children with specific language impairment [Auditory;
Language]
8) Using voice recognition software to improve communicative writing and social participation in an individual with
severe acquired dysgraphia: an experimental single-case therapy study [Learning; Voice]
9) Developmental refinement of cortical systems for speech and voice processing. [Learning; Voices]
10) When semantics aids phonology: A processing advantage for iconic word forms in aphasia.[Phonology;
semantics]
11) Perceiving simultaneous sounds in infancy [Simultaneous Sounds;Infance]
NEW
12) Maximizing Outcomes for Children with Auditory Disorders: An Evidence-Based Approach to Managing Auditory
Processing Disorders [Tool; Auditory Processing; Auditory]
13) Impact of Educational Level on Performance on Auditory Processing Tests [??]
https://scholar.google.com/scholar?as_ylo=2016&q=Dyslexia,+Music,+Diagnosis&hl=de&as_sdt=0,5
Für die Definition der Dyslexia, Lese-Rechtschreibstörung: Definition of Phonetisches Bewusstsein, Indikatoren
1) Music teaching for children with dyslexia The Suzuki Approach [Music therapy]
2) Wiley: Music and Dyslexia: A Positive Approach [Music therapy]
3) Music and Dyslexia [Music therapy]
http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00208/full
http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84934932353&partnerID=tZOtx3y1
http://ovidsp.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&PAGE=reference&D=medl&NEWS=N&AN=26107077
1) Lese-Rechtschreibstörung, Steinbrink,Lachmann 2014
2) Stichwort - Entwicklungsstörungen schulischer Fertigkeiten, Schulte-Körne, 2015
3) Chancen und Grenzen eines Trainings des Arbeitsgedächtnisses bei Kindern mit und ohne
Lese-/Rechtschreibschwierigkeiten, 2015
4) Fehlende phonologische Bewusstheit, 2014
5) Umschriebene Entwicklungsstörungen und Sinnesstörungen, 2012
6) Früherkennung von Sprachentwicklungsproblemen in der kinderärztlichen Praxis, 2008
7) Ein phonetisch-phonologisch initiiertes Lesen- und Schreibenlernen, 2014
8) Der Erfolg von zwei Rechtschreibförderprogrammen unter Berücksichtigung individueller Voraussetzungen von
Grundschülern, 2013
9) Vorschulische Prävention, 2014
Kommentar Mendeley
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ID2
Not relevant because ...
# data minding errors
# spellchecker real-world errors
# Dyslexia Web-Accessibility
# focus on text simplyfication
# exercises training words
# fonts
# concentrating on reading
# not related to the keywords
# music regonition
# film musik
# music notation
# express feelings trough music
# creating music
# finding music
# recomondation systems
# analysis music
# music creating rules
Not relevant because ...
# learning music
# creating music easily
ID3
ID5
Not relevant because ...
# focussing on the impact a Diagnosis can have
# Reading performance
# not publicated
# brain anaysis
# Musi therarpy for stroke
# helping to learn music notation
# regarding other syndrome
Not relevant because ...
# helping to learn music notation
# no related to Dyselxia
# taktile improvements
# only Education
# not a publication
# Sprachstörung durch Dyslexia
# music for animals
# Text is not written in German or English
# dyslexic people are excluded from the study
# already in the found literature
# not a publication
# about drawing
# about Management issues
# Dyslexia just mention as one other example, but not especially refered to it
ID4Not relevant because ...
- not connected to Dyslexia
Not relevant because ...
- not research
- not published as a book or in a research journal
- a article with was also published in a book
- risoko bewertung vor 2015
- at least 2 views in one year since published
Main Findings
# Nothing in the Human-Computer-Interaction
# Nothing with Sound similarity to detect Dyslexia with Musik, only Pitch and no Game
# Nothing with Sound similarity to detect Dyslexia with Musik, only Pitch and no Game
education
therapy
sounds Words
dyslexia diagnose therapy
music therapy
educational software dyslexia
rythm, reime
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Children with dyslexia have difficulties learning how to read and write. They are often diagnosed after they fail school even if dyslexia is not related to general intelligence. Early screening of dyslexia can prevent the negative side effects of late detection and enables early intervention. In this context, we present an approach for universal screening of dyslexia using machine learning models with data gathered from a web-based language-independent game. We designed the game content taking into consideration the analysis of mistakes of people with dyslexia in different languages and other parameters related to dyslexia like auditory perception as well as visual perception. We did a user study with 313 children (116 with dyslexia) and train predictive machine learning models with the collected data. Our method yields an accuracy of 0.74 for German and 0.69 for Spanish as well as a F1-score of 0.75 for German and 0.75 for Spanish, using Random Forests and Extra Trees, respectively. We also present the collected user data, game content design, potential new auditory input, and knowledge about the design approach for future research to explore universal screening of dyslexia. Universal screening with language-independent content can be used for the screening of pre-readers who do not have any language skills, facilitating a potential early intervention.
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