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It has been suggested that high levels of prenatal testosterone exposure are implied in the aetiology of dyslexia and its frequently cooccurring sensory problems. This study examined 2D : 4D digit ratio (a marker of fetal testosterone exposure) in dyslexic and normal reading children. No group di¡erences in 2D : 4D were observed. Digit ratio did not show the postulated relation with reading, spelling, phonological ability, speech perception, auditory processing and visual processing. Thesedoi:10.1097/wnr.0b013e3282e9a754 pmid:17712280 fatcat:gc2yxalwzfav7dj7ar4qlxc3uy