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Stronger Early Reading Skills Predict Higher
Intelligence Later

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
Processing Speed

More than three decades of research has demonstrated that the vast majority of children and adults with reading disabilities have pronounced difficulties when asked to rapidly name the most familiar visual symbols and stimuli in the language: letters, numbers, colours, and simple objects. Read more...

Attention: What Is Attention?
Auditory-Linguistic Dyslexia
Auditory Memory: The Overlooked Learning Skill Deficiency
Auditory Perception: What Is Auditory Perception?
Automaticity: What is Automaticity?

b-d Reversals: A Telltale Sign of Dyslexia
Brain Myths: Three Myths About the Brain
Brain Research: Scientists Unveil the 'Face' of a New Memory
Brain's 'Visual Dictionary' Enables Skilled Readers to Identify Words Faster

Causes of Learning Disabilities
Cognitive Development: Not an Automatic Process
Cognitive Skills Determine Learning Ability
Cognitive Skills: Four Cognitive Skills for Successful Learning
Concentration: Its Role in the Act of Reading

Dyseidetic Dyslexia: What is Dyseidetic Dyslexia?
Dyslexia and Brain Activity: Dyslexic Children Use Nearly Five Times the Brain Area
Dyslexia Causes: What Causes Dyslexia? An Alternative Theory
Dyslexia: Fact or Fiction?
Dyslexia: Is Dyslexia a Brain Dysfunction? An Alternative Interpretation of the Facts
Dyslexia Isn't a Matter of IQ, Brain Imaging Study Shows
Dyslexia Symptoms and Signs: How to Recognize Dyslexia
Dysphonetic Dyslexia: Reading and Spelling Patterns

Edublox Research Studies: Proven Increase in IQ Scores
Edublox Research Study: Can Cervical Spinal Manipulations Accelerate Learning?
Edublox Research Study: Edublox Improves Processing Speed
Einstein's Learning Disability
Emotional Scars of Learning Disabilities and Learning Difficulties
Exam Tips: How to Answer Exam Papers

Famous People With Dyslexia: Walt Disney and More…
Famous People With Dyslexia: Were Einstein, Da Vinci and Edison Dyslexic?
Food to Boost Brain Power
Forgetful? You May Be Losing More Than Just Your Memory
Forgetting: Why and How We Forget

Gender and Reading: Boys More Likely to Have Reading Disabilities
Genetics and IQ: The Role of Genetics in IQ and Intelligence
Grades: The Importance of Grades

Handwriting Problems
History of Learning Disabilities: Hinshelwood's Logical Flaw
Human Intelligence: IQ Scores and IQ Score Interpretation

Iconic Memory: Diminished Iconic Memory An Early Indicator of Alzheimer's
IQ Test Scores: The Basics of IQ Score Interpretation
IQ Test: Should We Abandon the IQ Test in the Analysis of the LD Child?
IQ Test: Where Does It Come From?
IQ Tests: Do They Measure Intelligence?


Kit Helps Children to Learn: Article in La Femme

Language Acquisition in Children: Talk Your Child Clever
Language Development: Six Stages of Language Development
Learning Disabilities Clarified: Learning is a Skill
Learning Principles More Important than Learning Styles
Learning Styles: Beyond Learning Styles – Strengthening Learning Weaknesses
Logical Thinking and Short-Term Memory: Opposites of the Same Coin

Memory Is Not a Gift. Memory Is a Skill
Memory Techniques Not the Answer to Memory Challenges
Memory: Types of Human Memory
Mental Fitness: Six Ways to Boost Your Brainpower
Mnemonics: What Are Mnemonics?
Mozart Effect or Mozart Myth?

Nature Versus Nurture Debate: Nurtured by Love or Matured by Nature?
Neuroplasticity: An Extraordinary Discovery of the Twentieth Century
Note Taking: The 5 R's of Note Taking

Occasional Memory Loss Tied To Lower Brain Volume
Optimizing Intelligence: Research at a School for Deaf Children

Phonemic Awareness Training: A Cart-Before-the-Horse Approach?
Phonics Instruction: Why Phonics Instruction Sometimes Fails
Preschool Education: Preparing Children for the Three R's
Preventing the Three D's: Preparing Your Child for the Three R's

Questions and Answers About Dyscalculia

Rapid Naming and Reading Disabilities
Reading Comprehension Problems
Reading Comprehension: When Children Read Well, Yet Lack Comprehension
Reading Problems in Children Explained
Rev Up for Reading
Rote Learning Improves Memory In Seniors

School Need Not Be a Nightmare
Sensation and Perception: What is the Difference?
Spelling Difficulties and the Learning Disabled
Stronger Early Reading Skills Predict Higher Intelligence Later
Study Skills, Study Techniques and Study Methods

Tactile-Kinesthetic (Haptic) Perception and the Learning Disabled
TBI: Educated People Recover Better From Brain Injuries
Teaching Myth: Repetition and Drill Dull Creativity

Understanding and Overcoming Learning Difficulties

Visual Memory Significantly Related to Mathematics Achievement
Visual Perception and Academic Success
Visual-Spatial Dyslexia

Why Some Children Seem to Struggle
Working Memory: Poor Working Memory A Barrier to Academic Success
Writing Summaries: Tips on Writing Summaries