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  • Dyslexia and reasoning: the importance of visual processes. 

    Bacon, AM; Handley, SJ (England, 2010-08)
    Recent research has suggested that individuals with dyslexia rely on explicit visuospatial representations for syllogistic reasoning while most non-dyslexics opt for an abstract verbal strategy. This paper investigates ...
  • Visuospatial memory in dyslexia: evidence for strategic deficits. 

    Bacon, AM; Parmentier, FBR; Barr, P (England, 2013)
    Impairments in working memory are suggested to be one of the defining characteristics of dyslexia, and deficits in verbal recall are well documented. However, the situation regarding visuospatial memory is less clear. In ...

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