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Developmental dyslexics (DDs) and good readers (GRs) were tested on measures of interhemispheric coordination. All subjects (ages 16 to 47) demonstrated normal oculomotor control and visual acuity, prior to testing. Subjects were instructed to track three different point-light source patterns (single stimulus in one hemifield, dual stimuli in one hemifield(More)
Orton (1936) observed that dyslexic readers display not only obvious linguistic processing errors, but also diminished lateralized specialization of other cerebral hemispheric functions. To explore his "intergrading" hypothesis, six developmental dyslexics (DDs) and a group of good readers (GRs) were tested on measures of interhemispheric coordination. All(More)
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