Faulty brain wiring may contribute to dyslexia

Adults with the disorder showed difficulty transmitting information among areas that process language

MISSING LINKS  Connections between language-processing regions of the brain (shown here as colored links in a diffusion tensor image) may be broken in people with dyslexia, new research finds. 

Courtesy of KU Leuven

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