Study: Boys twice as likely to have dyslexia

04/28/2004 | Mercury News (San Jose, Calif.), The

Dyslexia was discovered in 18% to about 22% of boys, compared with 8% to 13% of girls, British researchers found. Some learning experts dispute the findings, noting that girls' reading problems often go undetected because of their better verbal skills and less-fidgety classroom behavior.

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