Perception and Dyslexia Mr Patrick Mulcahy, Chair ASASA. Perception is the process of acquiring, interpreting, selecting, and organising sensory information Brain is the organ of perception Neurological processing underlies our perception. Perception.
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Correlation with Dyslexia: Sound and vision being processed differently in this one area of the brain with tasks involving literacy
There are two partially independent mechanisms for reading:
phonological and visual.
VISION AND DYSLEXIA
Reading requires a series of eye fixations and saccades to the next word.
Student with Dyslexia
Brain Mapping reveals that people with dyslexia rely on different parts of the brain when reading and writing.