Sure. Research has shown that dyslexia suffers' brain areas that should be active when a person reads don't work properly.
The brain with dyslexia has the following characteristics:
- Disruptions in the rear reading system in the left hemispheere, critical for reading fluently
- Greater activation in the lower frontal area
- Less activity in the Left Parietal-temporal lobe required for phonological processing
- Less activity in the Left Occipital-temporal lobe that affects the understanding of letters into sounds, auditory processing and interpretation of sounds
- Less gray matter to help with transfer of information of language
Keyword: dyslexia brain