Anatomical risk factors that distinguish dyslexia from SLI predict reading skill in normal children.

UNLABELLED These studies investigated whether anatomical measures could separate phonologically-based reading disability (PD) from nonphonologically-based learning disabilities such as specific language impairment (SLI). In a previous study. four brain measures (cerebral asymmetry. summed planum temporale and parietale asymmetry, anterior cerebellar… CONTINUE READING