Researchers map the neural mechanisms of dyslexia in the brain.

13:02 EDT 12 Jun 2019 | Health Innovations

Dyslexia is one of the most widespread learning disabilities. Different therapeutic approaches, and learning strategies are used to tackle the reading and writing difficulties associated with dyslexia, however to-date there is no cure. The main theory is that the cause of dyslexia is a dysfunctional processing of auditory speech, with the reasons for these alterations in speech processing still unknown.

Original Article: Researchers map the neural mechanisms of dyslexia in the brain.


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