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Dyslexia: Speculation on Movement and Coordination Difficulties

Speculation on Movement and Coordination Difficulties

Dyslexia is sometimes associated with difficulties in movement and coordination. This theory suggests that dyslexic individuals are unable to coordinate their movements, which causes problems in perceiving written words or forming them on paper. It is thought that the inability to coordinate movements leads to the brain not being able to process information correctly, resulting in dyslexia. While this theory has yet to be proven, it is gaining traction as a potential factor in the cause of dyslexia. For example, some studies have found that dyslexic students may have difficulty with fine motor skills, such as handwriting, which can make it harder for them to effectively communicate through writing. Therefore, further research into the connection between dyslexia and movement and coordination difficulties may help shed light on the causes of this condition.

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