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Most Adults with Dyslexia Were Physically Abused During Childhood

  SCIENCE WORLD REPORT BENITA MATILDA 7/5/14 One-third of adults with dyslexia were physically abused during childhood. Findings recently documented in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence indicate that one-third of adults with dyslexia report childhood abuse. However, co-author Fuller-Thomson asserts that the data cannot differentiate between cause-and-effect. According to Dr. Harold Levinson, prior studies have […] Continue reading →

An Apology to Peter Hitchens, a Dialogue, an Opportunity to Advance

Summary: In writing a commentary on the rising incidences of Dyslexia, ADHD, and Autism, Dr. Levinson mistakenly utilized an incorrect secondary source that misrepresented Peter Hitchens views on dyslexia. This presentation attempts to rectify Levinson’s error, clarify Hitchens views, as well as honestly and beneficially integrate our disparate perspectives: “I always try to make lemonade […] Continue reading →