Developmental Dyscalculia and Brain Laterality

@article{Shalev1995DevelopmentalDA,
  title={Developmental Dyscalculia and Brain Laterality},
  author={Ruth Shalev and Orly Manor and Naomi Amir and Raya Wertman-Elad and Varda Gross-Tsur},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={1995},
  volume={31},
  pages={357-365}
}
The correlation between arithmetic dysfunction and brain laterality was studied in 25 children with developmental dyscalculia (DD). The children were tested on a standardized arithmetic battery and underwent a neurological and neuro-psychological evaluation. A diagnosis of left hemisphere dysfunction (n = 13) was based on right side soft neurological signs, performance IQ (PIQ) > verbal IQ (VIQ), dyslexia and intact visuo-spatial functions. The criteria for right hemisphere dysfunction (n = 12… CONTINUE READING
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