A candidate phenotype for familial dyslexia

@article{Wolff1999ACP,
  title={A candidate phenotype for familial dyslexia},
  author={Peter H. Wolff},
  journal={European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry},
  year={1999},
  volume={8},
  pages={S21-S27}
}
The probative analysis of genotype-phenotype relations in familial dyslexia requires operationally defined psychobiological outcome variables that are not confounded by cultural differences of orthography or other factors that may influence the clinical ascertainment and diagnosis of dyslexia. Timing precision, as expressed in coordinated motor action, was used as an objective behavioral measure that can be mapped on current knowledge of central nervous system functions as well as on the most… CONTINUE READING