11/12/2009

Students with developmental dyslexia aren't able to focus on their teacher's voice and ignore distractions in a loud school environment, researchers reported. The study also showed children with dyslexia have a measurable neural impairment that hinders their ability to distinguish speech in noisy settings. The study "provides an objective index that can help in the assessment of children with reading problems," one researcher said.

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