Scientists Find Key Brain Differences in Dyslexia

People with dyslexia sometimes see words and letters as scrambled, making reading a difficult task. Now a new study shows that dyslexia isn’t just a visual disturbance. It also appears to be a problem with the way the brain interprets sounds, particularly speech.

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