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Cognitive subtypes of dyslexia are characterized by distinct patterns of grey matter volume

by Katarzyna Jednoróg, Natalia Gawron, Artur Marchewka, Stefan Heim, andAnna Grabowska Brain Struct Funct. 2014; 219(5): 1697–1707. Published online 2013 Jun 18. doi: 10.1007/s00429-013-0595-6 Abstract The variety of different causal theories together with inconsistencies about the anatomical brain markers emphasize the heterogeneity of developmental dyslexia. Attempts were made to test on a behavioral level the existence of subtypes of dyslexia showing… Continue reading Cognitive subtypes of dyslexia are characterized by distinct patterns of grey matter volume

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Henry Winkler turned his dyslexia into a children’s book series

Henry Winkler turned his dyslexia into a children’s book series By Derrick Bryson Taylor January 28, 2019 | 11:05am Henry WinklerGetty Images Henry Winkler doesn’t view his Golden Globes or Emmys as his most glorious achievements, but rather his long-running children’s book series “Here’s Hank.” Talking with NPR, the legendary actor, 73, who shot to fame in the… Continue reading Henry Winkler turned his dyslexia into a children’s book series

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FSU researchers receive $3M to create national repository for data on learning disabilities

BY: DAVE HELLER | PUBLISHED: JANUARY 24, 2019 |  10:30 AM | Sara Hart, associate professor of psychology, will lead a project with FSU Libraries to build the nation's first-of-its-kind big-data repository at Florida State. The project is funded by a $3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health. The federal government will award nearly $3 million over five… Continue reading FSU researchers receive $3M to create national repository for data on learning disabilities