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How moving dots are helping us learn more about dyslexia in children – new research

By Catherine Manning, Lecturer in Psychology, University of Reading
Gaia Scerif, Professor of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Oxford
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Children with dyslexia seem to find it more difficult to judge the direction of moving dots - this could explain why reading is also more challenging.

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