Studies on deaf children may help decode dyslexia
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Imagine trying to learn to read if this sentence actually looked like this:/n Ignmiea rtiyng to leanr to rade if this eesnetcen acutaulyl loodek like tish./nThat’s the frustration many people with dyslexia feel every day. It’s estimated some 40 million Americans struggle with some level of dyslexia, which can leave them confused, frustrated and struggling to keep up. Doctors have known for years that those with dyslexia process information differently than others, like seeing words with transposed letters. But there is mounting evidence that they might also hear language differently, as well.
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