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Dyslexia isn’t a disorder, it’s part of our species’ cultural evolution, say researchers

Dyslexia should be considered a difference, not a disorder, researchers at the University of Cambridge say. This is evidenced by studies in cognition, behaviour and the brain that show that people with dyslexia are specialised to explore the unknown and think in terms of the bigger picture. The strengths of the dyslexic brain could have …

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