Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Analyzing Genetic Causes of Dyslexia to Provide Implications for Early Identification


Khalid Mohammed Almahrag

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.221002

Keywords: Dyslexia, Genetic Causes, Early Identification


Abstract

Dyslexia is a severe learning disorder that has always attracted various researchers who have debated on the causes and consequences of this particular disability from different angles. Numerous scientific works and articles have been written on this issue. Even though modern technologies provide scientists and researchers with specific tools that allow them to perform accurate analyses, the subject of Dyslexia still relies on hypotheses and assumptions rather than actual scientific evidence. That can explain the fact why the received findings are somewhat contradictory. Thus, a detailed analysis is needed to evaluate the results of the conducted research. The results of the studies should provide information as to better treatment of this disorder. This paper aims two-fold, to analyze genetic causes of Dyslexia, apply specific research evidence, and provide implications for early identification.

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