Ann Clin Med Res | Volume 2, Issue 6 | Short Communication | Open Access

Dyslexia and Cerebral Dysfunction

Theofilidis Antonis

3rd Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

*Correspondance to: Theofilidis Antonis 

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Children with slow visual-motor responses to visual-temporal response tests also have brain
dysfunctions in the mobile and motor areas. If the left parietal cortex does not participate in these
dysfunctions, then this child will also have difficulties in reading. Furthermore, we could say that the
brain dysfunctions that are detected by visual-motor tests and that the performance in them is low
are accompanied by difficulties in reading.
Aim: In this study, we want to show the function of the child's brain in dyslexia.
Method: We followed the most up-to-date literature on the subject: Neuropsychology and dyslexia.
Conclusion: Brain organization and its relationship to dyslexia is a major problem for
Neuropsychology and Neurolinguistics.


Dyslexia; Cerebral dysfunction; Neuropsychology


Antonis T. Dyslexia and Cerebral Dysfunction. Ann Clin Med Res. 2021;2(6): 1045..

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