Early brain activity changes may indicate dyslexia

01/23/2012 | Yahoo!

Children with a family history of dyslexia had less activity in the bilateral occipitotemporal and left temporoparietal areas of the brain than those with similar age and IQ who had no family risk factors, a small study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found. The researchers didn't find increased activity in key frontal lobe brain regions previously associated with dyslexia among at-risk pre-reading children.

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