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Dyslexia exists when properly understood and defined, claims Dr. Harold Levinson

The distinguished authors of The Dyslexia Debate have mistakenly overlooked challenging research proving dyslexia’s existence and solving its many riddles.  According to neuropsychiatrist Dr. Harold Levinson, the authors of The Dyslexia Debate have justifiably refuted the traditionally maintained but erroneous scientific myths about dyslexia. However, Professors Elliott and Grigorenko failed to consider a non-traditional dyslexia […] Continue reading →

Your Kid’s Dyslexia Diagnosis Is B.S.

TheDailyBeast 4/1/14 Julian Elliott Authors of The Dyslexia Debate suggest getting rid of the word “dyslexic.”  “Dyslexia” has become a catch-all term for everything from poor reading skills to complex speech disorders. It’s poorly understood and largely overdiagnosed.  Is it time to retire the word “dyslexic”? According to Dr. Harold Levinson, The Dyslexia Debate, authored […] Continue reading →

Your Kid’s Dyslexia Diagnosis Is B.S.

TheDailyBeast 4/1/14 Julian Elliott Authors of The Dyslexia Debate suggest getting rid of the word “dyslexic.”  “Dyslexia” has become a catch-all term for everything from poor reading skills to complex speech disorders. It’s poorly understood and largely overdiagnosed.  Is it time to retire the word “dyslexic”? According to Dr. Harold Levinson, The Dyslexia Debate, authored […] Continue reading →