Research indicates reading may alter brains of individuals with dyslexia

05/15/2014 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Recent research indicates that reading practices can either hurt or help children with dyslexia who are learning to read, Annie Murphy Paul writes. Studies from researchers at the Georgetown University Medical Center's Center for the Study of Learning and the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium indicate that reading experiences, or lack thereof, affect neural connections, and improve or contribute to the severity of the disorder.

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