Visual attention problems may predict children's risk for dyslexia

04/5/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

Italian researchers assessed the visual spatial attention of children for three years and found that those with visual attention deficits also experienced reading problems. They said that simple visual attention activities would be helpful for the early detection of dyslexia. The findings appear in the journal Current Biology.

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