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Focus on Dyslexia Research

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Published by Nova Science Publishers .
Written in English


  • Medical research,
  • Speech & language disorders & therapy,
  • Allied Health Services - General,
  • Developmental - Child,
  • Neuropsychology,
  • Special Education - Learning Disabled,
  • Education,
  • Psychology,
  • Dyslexia

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages186
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12368611M
ISBN 101590339509
ISBN 109781590339503

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Research shows dyslexics who gain strong reading skills show different patterns of brain activiation than nondyslexic readers or dyslexics who continue to experience difficulties with reading. Differences include increased activation of right brain and prefrontal regions during reading tasks, and reduced activation of left brain regions. The Focus Foundation is the first and only research-based agency exclusively dedicated to identifying and assisting families and children who have X & Y Chromosomal Variations (Sex Chromosome Disorders), Dyslexia and Developmental Dyspraxia. Within the X & Y Variations disorders, there are three common variations which XXY, 47, XXY and. Current research avenues focus on developing techniques to diagnose and treat dyslexia and other learning disabilities, increasing the understanding of the biological and possible genetic bases of learning disabilities, and exploring the relationship between neurophysiological processes and cognitive functions with regard to reading ability. Great book, compiled with real insight and research. It draws out how dyslexia is about being different not being inferior. Lots of examples of dyslexic traits and strengths that are way better than non-dyslexics can muster. Not saying we dyslexics are the master race, but there are some pretty compelling arguments for that view!!Cited by:

  These articles focus on published research and verifiable data tied to school-based programs for reading instruction and intervention. Dyslexia Research, Evidence-Based Practice, Learning to Read, Open Access Journals, Testing & Diagnosis. The book, The Gift of Dyslexia not only opened my eyes, but allowed me to be a small. Dyslexia is a neurological symptom wherein an individual experiences difficulty reading. The neurological nature and underlying causes of dyslexia are an active area of research, and the distinction of dyslexia as a condition is a topic of some controversy. External links. The Neural Basis of Reading articles - . Dyslexia Research (32) Dyslexic Talents (32) Early Childhood Education (5) Education & Career (16) Evidence-Based Practice (6) First Person Accounts (28) General Information (19) Laws & Legal Rights (3) Learning to Read (36) Learning Tools (9) News from Other Sites (6) Open Access Journals (14) Orientation – Alignment – Focus (8) Parenting. In , researcher Sandhya Naidoo published a book that was one of the first major studies of dyslexia. It was called Specific Dyslexia. Her book, along with Critchley’s, was a turning point in early dyslexia research. Dyslexia Today. Dyslexic individuals as a rule experience reading and spelling difficulties but sometimes there is more to it.

  Dyslexia and ADHD often occur together. Knowing if a child or an adult has one or both conditions is key to developing an effective treatment plan. . The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan. New York, NY: Ballantine Books. Requirements of Participation. Class assignments and activities are designed to enhance students’ education and develop their skills in research, critical analysis, and academic writing, collaborative : Teachers Focus. Lastly, there is a comprehensive useful appendix for primers, resources, links to videos, apps, exercises, and summaries for ADHD, dyslexia, and dysgraphia. One can even begin the book here to delve into the wealth of resources the author provides. Coping is an important book in the neurodiversity community. It leaves readers with a more. This book focuses on interactive and fun ways to implement easy and effective reading strategies for children grades 1 through 8. The strategies are research-based and focus on the importance of word recognition, comprehension, and fluency. Some of the strategies Rasinski suggests are read aloud, repeated reading, and performance reading.