Dyslexic brain may solve some math problems in a roundabout way

Children with the reading disorder rely heavily on right brain to do addition

solving math equations

ADDING IT UP  Children with dyslexia use their brains differently than other children to do certain kinds of math problems, a study suggests.  


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