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Neurocognitive risk factors for co-occurring math difficulties in dyslexia: Differences in executive function and visuospatial processing
What makes math difficulties so common in children with dyslexia? The current study aimed to identify behavioral and neurocognitive factors associated with co-occurring reading disability (RD) and math disability (MD). We tested reading, math, and cognitive skills in a sample of 86 children in 3rd–7th grade (ages 9-13) with RD. Within this sample, 35% of children had RD only with no weakness in math, 43% had co-occurring RD+MD, and over 20% demonstrated a possible vulnerability in math. Wedoi:10.31234/osf.io/zepj6 fatcat:plvzzvg76bcc7oxpujyav7q6jy