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Increasing visual timing by movement discrimination exercises improves reading fluency, attention span, and memory retention in dyslexics
Neurology and Neurosurgery
There is an ongoing debate about whether the cause of dyslexia (reading problems) is based on linguistic, auditory, or visual timing deficits. Objectives: This review of the relevant research provides substantial evidence that visual movement-discrimination can be used to detect and remediate reading problems in all types of dyslexia. What emerges from multiple studies is the essential role for dorsal stream function in facilitating reading fluency, selective and sustained attention, anddoi:10.15761/nns.1000118 fatcat:hfmdbn4e4ffbhk5a7kxumer7um