Thanks to a type of MRI, looks like dyslexic readers have different levels of connectivity between regions of the brain.
“Compared to typical readers, dyslexic readers had weaker connections between areas that process visual information and areas that control attention, suggesting that individuals with dyslexia are less able to focus on printed words.” Emily Finn
The findings were published on the latest version of Biological Psychiatry.
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