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In Plain Language: 5 Big FAQ’s About Dyslexia

Psychologists, cognitive scientists, and neuroscientists are unraveling the mysteries of dyslexia. Here are five important frequently asked questions and answers about dyslexia that cut through the scientific jargon to bring you up to date. Read More

biologically based condition?

I think you meant neurologically.

Maybe neurologically is better

In “Dyslexia: Cultural Diversity and Biological Unity,” in
Science, March 2001 p.2165 by Paulesu et al.the authors suggest that dyslexia is "biologically" versus "culturally" based. Maybe "neurologically" would have been better.

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J. Richard Gentry, Ph.D., an expert on childhood literacy, reading, and spelling, is the author of Raising Confident Readers: How to Teach Your Child to Read and Write—Baby to Age 7. more...

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