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According to research by Harrar et al. (2014 Curr Biol), dyslexia involves an attentional deficit when shifting attention from aural to visual stimuli, and even more so when shifting from visual to aural stimuli. See also this MindShift blog post by Linda Poon. The work is consistent with Francheschini et al.’s (2013 Curr Biol) report that dyslexic children can read better after playing action video games.

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