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Stronger Early Reading Skills Predict Higher
A new study of identical twins has found that early reading skill might positively affect later intellectual abilities. The study, published in the journal Child Development, was conducted by researchers at the University of Edinburgh and King's College London. Read more... Educated People Recover Better From Brain Injuries
Better-educated people appear to be significantly more likely to recover from a moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). The researchers found that those with the equivalent of at least a college education are seven times more likely than those who didn't finish high school to be disability-free one year after a TBI serious enough to warrant inpatient time in a hospital and rehabilitation facility. Read more... When Children Read Well, Yet Lack Comprehension
A common reading disorder goes undiagnosed until it becomes problematic, according to the results of a five-year study published online in the journal Brain Connectivity. Dyslexia, a reading disorder in which a child confuses letters and struggles with sounding out words, has been the focus of much research into reading. That is not the case, however, with the lesser known disorder Specific Reading Comprehension Deficits or S-RCD, in which a child reads successfully but does not sufficiently comprehend the meaning of the words. Read more... Edublox Research Study: Can Cervical Spinal Manipulations Accelerate Learning?
In an interesting research study, chiropractor Dr Jaidan Mays compared the effects of Edublox training versus Edublox training combined with cervical spinal manipulative therapy on visual memory and visual sequential memory. Dr Allan Terrett proposed that cervical adjustment therapy results in augmented cerebral blood flow, which causes hibernating areas of the brain to become functional again. Read more...
Edublox Research Study: Edublox Improves