It's the chicken not the egg: visual attentional deficits in adults with dyslexia are not the result of a failure to learn to read
The magnocellular deficit theory of dyslexia posits that many individuals with dyslexia demonstrate deficits in reading, visual attention and visual processing which can be attributed to a functional failure of the magnocells in the visual system, or general impairment in the dorsal visual pathway. Research from the last 10 years has examined magnocellular function in pre-readers, demonstrating that there is a magnocellular deficit evident in pre-readers at...[Show more]
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