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 What lobe of the brain is involved with dyslexia?

Answer People who have dyslexia have an inability to read normally. According to Dr. Patrick McCaffrey of the California State University at Chico, dyslexia centers in a malfunction of the "angular gyrus,... Read More »
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Everything that the Optical Lobe at the back of the brain controlls?

It's occiptal (ah-sip-i-tal) not optical, but that's an easy mistake to make considering it does process vision ;) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Occipital_l…Wiki had a decent short article on it, ... Read More »
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Parts of the Brain Involved in Dreaming?

Dreams occur mostly in rapid eye movement (REM) cycles, but they can happen in other sleep phases as well. There are various theories about the purpose of dreaming, but no one knows for sure why hu... Read More »
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How to Cope with Dyslexia?

Work past the frustrationDyslexia is seen as a handicap and is a problem for many of us. It's not easy to get help and advice on how to deal with the issues confronting you. This guide is based upo... Read More »
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Schools for Children With Dyslexia?

Dyslexia is a learning disability that causes sufferers to have trouble with language skills such as reading, writing, spelling and word pronunciation. It affects males and females equally. Having ... Read More »
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