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Dyslexia might be caused by atypical language development, such as problems in speech discrimination. Brain research provides ways to identify dys­lexia risk early.
The risk of dyslexia can already be detected in the infant's brain | University of Helsinki l.facebook.com

A study has identified functional and structural abnormalities in the brain that can help identify children with a particularly high risk of reading difficulties at an early age.