Non-Impaired Brain/Dyslexic Brain (Images)
Turning on the Brain
Yale researchers have shown that when people with dyslexia try to read, a front part of the brain is over-stimulated while crucial portions in the center and back are under-stimulated. The diagrams show
Source: Drs. Sally Shaywitz and Bennet Shaywitz
New York Times
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