New video game checks for signs of autism, dyslexia

As students play Learning for Children video games, built-in software looks for signs of autism or dyslexia that parents or educators can use to decide whether to seek further professional testing. "We're really throwing up a flag that there may be a problem," said Bernard McCrory, who helped develop the technology.

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