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Mixing b and d but not p and q.* Skipping the and an in print.* Attentive one moment, tired the next.*

*REASONS: b/d are close in sound; small function words are not prominent; certain tasks overwhelm those with processing problems.

learning disabilities (LD), reading problems, processing disorders

Contradictory behaviors

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    Works hard but fails

    Extra effort may be wasted when underlying problems have not been addressed.

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    Articulate but can’t spell

    One has to be conscious of the sounds of words to spell correctly but not to speak.

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    Smart but can't read

    People at all levels of intelligence can face language-processing problems that hinder learning to read.

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    Reads but can't recall

    Language-processing problems during reading can overwhelm the brain, preventing efficient storage and recall.

dyslexia comes in many forms

Dyslexia covers a broad spectrum of deficits, yet current methods generally don't probe deep enough to trace the root cause of each person's specific problem in the brain.


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