Schott and Schott  and Schott  have observed that many dyslexics
present with symptom of reversing of alphabets or mirror writing (for example, "?
October is National Dyslexia Awareness Month and it is hoped Dean's books will make reading fun for dyslexics
He added: "Whilst we believe that it will be an invaluable tool for dyslexics
, it will also give children and adults without the learning difficulty a greater understanding of the origins of our language, enabling them to grasp the true meanings behind parts of words and make greater sense of a language that we learn verbatim, but never question.
To investigate the two potential sources, Bart Boets and colleagues from the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium scanned the brains of 22 normal and 23 dyslexic
showed less coordination between the 13 brain regions that process basic phonemes and a region of the brain called Broca's area, which is involved in higher-level language processing.
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These studies describe the presence of greater difficulty in dyslexics
to recover the phonological form of the words, in accordance with the model of Levelt and the presence of phonological deficiency in these persons.
Of course, not every dyslexic
person faces all of these challenges, but most dyslexics
deal with at least several of them.
A spokeswoman said: "For dyslexic
learners who have maths on top of reading problems, it's a 'double whammy' that can even lead to school refusal.
The present study attempts to advance our knowledge on the possibility that dyslexia in university students is associated with preference to a specific sensory learning style or not and thus sensory learning preference may or not be a distinctive dimension between dyslexic
Dr Kate Saunders of the British Dyslexia Association said: "A range of research demonstrates the way dyslexic
individuals process auditory material is different to non-dyslexic
Another area in which dyslexics
have shown themselves to be different is learning style in that dyslexics
are more visually and spatially oriented (Davis, 2006; Davis & Braun, 1997; Parkinson & Edwards, 1993; Silverman & Freed, 1991).