Dyslexia is 3 to 4 times more common in individuals with a higher than average intelligence. In this particular case, everyone was an inefficient reader, but had exceptional comprehension. The actual act of reading is difficult for them. However, they are excellent at understanding and predicting the story of what they're reading. Meanwhile, visual, spatial, and context memory are strong, but were used in compensation. As evidenced by Thurman’s case study, it seems that some of the ideas we have about dyslexia aren't entirely accurate.
By identifying just one “micro-skill,” you can drastically improve your reading ability.
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