dyslexia

Dyslexia and Reading Struggles? It’s Not Just About Reading

Most people think of dyslexia as just a reading problem. But maybe it’s not that simple. New research is bringing light to this multi-faceted issue. According to a recent article published in the Journal Of Neuroscience there is a deeper cognitive link between dyslexia and visual processing. Scientists worked with 100 children age six through… read more

Mind-blowing Evidence for Brain Training and Neuroplasticity

From childhood learning disabilities to age-related dementia, new research provides evidence for treatment that can truly make a difference. This compelling video offers hope for a smarter tomorrow! In this inspirational but research-packed talk, cognitive and educational psychologist Dr. Amy Moore from Gibson Institute of Cognitive Research at LearningRx shares the lessons she’s learned from… read more

Neurological Underpinnings of Dyslexia

Dyslexia can be a devastating disability for children and adults alike, who are otherwise functionally and developmentally typical in every way. Patients, parents, and scientists have long searched for deeper understanding of this cognitive phenomenon, and recent research brings insight! An article published in the Journal of Neuroscience describes new findings in regard to the… read more

Dyslexia Dissected

Dyslexia has been scientifically recognized as a cognitive reading deficit for the past century, yet until recently little was understood about the underlying neural mechanisms of the disorder. Diagnosis has historically been made clinically; that is, based on evidence of difficulties with reading, spelling, and writing despite otherwise typical intelligence. Early intervention programs such as… read more