Subject: reading disability | executive motor | Original Articles | language skills | Familial (family) risk | early identification | dyslexia
mesheuropmc: behavioral disciplines and activities
Background: Causal theories of dyslexia suggest that it is a heritable disorder, which is the outcome of multiple risk factors. However, whether early screening for dyslexia is viable is not yet known. Methods: The study followed children at high risk of dyslexia from p... View more
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