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Differences In Language Circuits In The Brain Linked To Dyslexia - featured May 12, 2010

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[Source: Medical News Today]

Children with dyslexia often struggle with reading, writing, and spelling, despite getting an appropriate education and demonstrating intellectual ability in other areas. New neurological research has found that these children's difficulties with written language may be linked to structural differences within an important information highway in the brain known to play a role in oral language. The findings are published in the June 2010 issue of Elsevier's Cortex.

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Tags: News of the Week Dyslexia Newsletter 14 May 2010