Link found between resilience to dyslexia and gray matter in the frontal brain

Dyslexia, a reading disorder, is characterized by a difficulty in “decoding”—navigating between the visual form and sounds of a written language. But a subset of dyslexic people, dubbed “resilient dyslexics,” exhibit remarkably high levels of reading comprehension despite difficulties decoding. What is the precise mechanism that allows certain individuals with dyslexia to overcome their low decoding abilities and ultimately extract […]

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