The "mirror effect" at the origin of dyslexia

The "mirror effect" at the origin of dyslexia

For children in the learning stage of reading, it is never easy to distinguish the "b" from the "d" or the "p" from the "q" as the graphs of these letters resemble each other. Grégoire Borst, researcher in the laboratory of developmental psychology and child education at the University Paris-Descartes, gives some clarification on this learning disability, quite common among small.

In his recent study published on the website of the international journal Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, he states that "the mirror effect" is the key to these difficulties encountered by children in differentiating certain letters. Indeed, when one observes any object and then one looks in the mirror, the brain is able to make the approximation and to identify the object as the same in the two images perceived. The same is true of letters. The brain of children has difficulty differentiating letters and recognizing there, two totally different letters. The function of brain recognition is in some sort disabled, which explains why some children have trouble reading.

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