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What is dyslexia?

Just what is dyslexia? Here we give a brief overview of dyslexia as well as more academic definitions. Dyslexia is a health condition, which affects an estimated 10% of the UK population. It is likely to be present at birth and to be life-long in its effects. Dyslexia is not affected or caused by intelligence […]

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Brain structure could be different in dyslexic children

The brain structure of a dyslexic child could be different to that of a youngster without the condition. The structural connectivity of a dyslexic child’s brain could be different to that of a typically developed child, a new study has suggested. Dyslexia is a common learning difficulty that primarily affects the skills involved in the

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Dyslexic children at school ‘struggle on multiple fronts’

When children with disabilities and learning difficulties such as dyslexia begin school, their behaviour tends to get worse, a new study has suggested. The latest data comes from the Millennium Cohort Study, in which researchers from the Institute of Education, the London School of Economics (LSE) and the National Children’s Bureau analysed information on around

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