- Machine generated contents note: 1.A Neurological Account of Dyslexia / Caroline Reilhac -- 2.Subitizing, Dynamic Vision, Saccade and Fixation Control in Dyslexia / Burkhart Fischer -- 3.Movements of the Eyes in Three-Dimensional Space: Deficits of Vergence and Binocular Coordination in Dyslexia / Zoi Kapoula -- 4.Origins of Visual Stress / Arnold Wilkins -- 5.Visual Discomfort and Reading / Elizabeth G. Conlon -- 6.Visual Stress and its Relationship to Dyslexia / Chris Singleton -- 7.The Visual Nature of the Visual Attention Span Disorder in Developmental Dyslexia / Muriel Lobier -- 8.Spatial Attention Disorders in Developmental Dyslexia: Towards the Prevention of Reading Acquisition Deficits / Andrea Facoetti -- 9.The Role of the Dorsal Pathway in Word Recognition / Kristen Pammer -- 10.Aetiology of Dyslexia: A Visual Perspective on a Phonological Marker / Trichur R. Vidyasagar -- 11.Visual Contributions to Reading Difficulties: The Magnocellular Theory / John Stein.
- Although the dominant view of dyslexia is that it is caused by linguistic/phonological weakness, recent research has shown that it is associated with visual processing problems as well. This book brings together research from neurology, neuroscience, and the vision sciences to present a cutting edge review of this topic.
- 9780191744785 (ebook)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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