Educational implications relating neuroanotomical research and developmental dyslexia
Studies on autopsy of the brains of dyslexics and those measuring brain functioning during cognition during the past decade and a half have shed some light on the possible causes of developmental or specific dyslexia. This article briefly reviews some of the most pertinent research and offers some guidelines for the prognosis and treatment of dyslexic individuals and literary options for reading teachers and specialists to use in working with dyslexia.
Kender, J. P., & Kender, M. A. (1998). Educational implications relating neuroanotomical research and developmental dyslexia. Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts, 38 (3). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/reading_horizons/vol38/iss3/5