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04 November 2011

No link between Dyslexia and IQ

A new study that found no association between dyslexia and IQ calls into question the widespread practice of classifying children as dyslexic.

A new study that found no association between dyslexia and IQ calls into question the widespread practice of classifying children as dyslexic based on differences between their reading abilities and their IQ scores, researchers report.

Dyslexia is a learning disability that affects a person's ability to read.

 
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