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Count on Your Fingers – It Helps with Math

 The researchers found that when 8-to-13-year-olds were given complex subtraction problems, the somatosensory finger area lit up, even though the students did not use their fingers. This finger-representation area was, according to their study, also engaged to a greater extent with more complex problems that involved higher numbers and more manipulation. Other researchers have found that the […]

Help Wanted – Socio-Emotional Questionnaire for Reading and Dyslexia

Lets all help Fumiko Hoeft (and her colleague Stephanie Haft) a at UCSF with this Socio-Emotional Questionnaire for Reading and Dyslexia

20 Minute Survey!

* Typical or Dyslexic reader, young or old, we welcome all who can participate!
* All responses are anonymous. Contact [email protected] with any questions.
* TO PARTICIPATE: Click HERE or copy and paste this link […]

Latest Research: Advances in our Understanding of Dyslexia, ADHD, and Giftedness [Premium]

It’s long been known that Dyslexia and ADD / ADHD have high rates of overlaps or “co-morbidities”. Dyslexia and ADHD co-occur 30-50% of the time (Germano, 2010) and only 40% of children with dyslexia and 20% of children with ADD/ADHD have it in isolation (Wilcutt and Pennington, 2000). Science has progressed on many fronts over […]
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Higher Creativity of Dyslexic Children and Adolescents – New Research [Premium]

 “…dyslexic children around the age of 10 years old were found to be particularly creative in our study…” – Kapoula et al. University Paris PLOS One 2016: 11(3). From creativity researchers in Europe, some striking new information about how well dyslexic students and adolescents performed on the Torrance Test of Creativity Thinking compared to non-dyslexic […]
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University of Kansas – Penn State Dyslexia at Work in the US Research Opportunity

Can you help Niki?  Professor Niki den Nieuweboer is a management professor and member of the Dyslexic Advantage Community who is leading study of Dyslexia in the US Workplace. She is partnering also with Penn State University. Dr. Nieuweboer is dyslexic herself and is an expert in the area of organizational behavior. Research of […]