UC Merced Professor Jeffrey Gilger has studied dyslexia for 20 years, from days of seeing it as a disease to recent research showing those brains are built differently, creating some potential advantages as well as their signature reading challenges. (Nan Austin/naustin@modbee.com) naustin@modbee.com
UC Merced Professor Jeffrey Gilger has studied dyslexia for 20 years, from days of seeing it as a disease to recent research showing those brains are built differently, creating some potential advantages as well as their signature reading challenges. (Nan Austin/naustin@modbee.com) naustin@modbee.com
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April 04, 2017 4:24 PM

Crossed wires? No, dyslexic brains different, may be more agile

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