Dyslexia and left-handed

Dyslexia and left-handed

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The left brain hemisphere is indebted for the functions of the brain which is associated with reading and writing. Some people with dyslexia have a dominant right hemisphere, which, apart from dyslexia, can lead to acquired left-handedness. The first research attempting to…

Pervasive developmental disorder

Pervasive developmental disorder

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Pervasive developmental disorders are disorders in which there is a qualitative impairment of reciprocal social interactions and patterns of communication with a lack of socio-emotional reciprocity, with scarce, repetitive and stereotypical patterns of behavior, interest and activity as well as deficits in…

Types of dyslexia

Types of dyslexia

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An analysis of the types of errors in reading disorders offered the possibility of separating two basic neuropsychological categories of disorder. One is based on the dissociation between the preserved semantic reading component and the damaged phonological one. For example, a child…

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