186. Compensatory Brain Network Mechanisms Underlying Calculation Difficulties Characteristic of Dyscalculia

      Understanding how the brain compensates for dysfunction may provide new therapeutic avenues for exploration. Here, we examine potential compensatory mechanisms engaged in dysfunctional parietal cortex activation, underlying calculation difficulties typical of dyscalculia.
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