Biological marker for dyslexia found

New research from Northwestern University, reported in EurekAlert, has found that children who are poor readers do not encode sounds, particularly consonants, as accurately as do good readers, resulting in dyslexia.  However, the good news is that they also found that training the brain to discriminate sounds effectively essentially evened the playing field for the poor readers.


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