EEG Signal Analysis of Real-word Reading and Nonsense-word Reading between Adults with Dyslexia and without Dyslexia
The evolution in technology plays a major role in improving diagnostic accuracies. Pattern recognition and classification are techniques that may help uncover answers that are not always obvious. This paper attempts to discover such patterns found in brain wave signals in people with dyslexia using classifiers. Electroencephalogram (EEG) signals captured during real-word and nonsense-word reading activities from individuals with dyslexia are compared with normal controls.