“Study finds tiny light receptor-cells were arranged in matching patterns in the centre of each eye. In non-dyslexics they did not match”
“Dominant and giving rise to potential “mirror errors” in reading, such as confusing “b” and “d”.
“The lack of asymmetry might be the biological and anatomical basis of reading and spelling disabilities,” the study’s authors said.
They added: “For dyslexic students their two eyes are equivalent and their brain has to successively rely on the two slightly different versions of a given visual scene.”
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