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How does dyslexia affect the brain?

The brain is not naturally set up to read. In fact, for most of human history, people did not read at all. So why do some people find reading more of a challenge than others? And is dyslexia also linked to strengths in other areas of the brain? This video from Vox explores the science behind dyslexia research.

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