The brain with dyslexia individuals with dyslexia may receive the same information as their peers but process written language differently in the dyslexic brain there is more activity in the frontal lobe and less activity in the parietal and occipital areas of the brain. A unique overview of research on dyslexia and an account of the underlying causes at cognitive brain and neural system levels that provides a framework for significant progress in the understanding of dyslexia and other related learning disabilities dyslexia research has made dramatic progress since the mid 1980s. This perspective allows the text to place dyslexia research within the much broader disciplines of cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience and has led to a rich framework including two. Some of the brain regions known to be involved in dyslexia are also altered by learning to read as demonstrated by comparisons of adults who were illiterate but then learned to read carreiras et al 2009
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