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Dyslexia Begins With Visual Spatial Problems, Not Poor Verbal Skills

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Post Dyslexia Begins With Visual Spatial Problems, Not Poor Verbal Skills

(Psych Central News) Problems with visual attention before a child is able to read may lead to a later diagnosis of dyslexia, according to a new study published in Current Biology, a Cell Press publication. “Visual attention deficits are surprisingly way more predictive of future reading disorders than are language abilities at the pre-reading stage,” said Andrea Facoetti [...]

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