Dyslexia refers to specific reading difficulty in a person with adequate vision and at least average skills in other academic areas; difficulty/disorder in deciphering, reading, and comprehending text not due to low intelligence.

It is, likewise, a learning disorder in which the individual omits, distorts, or substitutes words when reading and reads in a slow, halting fashion. It is a specific reading difficulty in a person with adequate vision and at least average skills in other academic areas; a reading disorder characterized by problems such as letter reversals, mirror reading, slow reading, and reduced comprehension. Dyslexia is from the Greek words "dys", meaning "bad," and "lexikon" meaning "of words".


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Dyslexia refers to the disorder of reading not due to low intelligence.



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