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Monday March 04, 2013

Video Games Take Aim At Dyslexia

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"These results are clear enough to say that action video games are able to improve reading abilities in children with dyslexia," Facoetti says. Although the new study includes only 20 children with dyslexia, its results build on earlier evidence that many poor readers have difficulty focusing on items within arrays, Facoetti holds. By strengthening the ability to monitor central and peripheral objects in chaotic scenes, he says, action video games give kids with dyslexia a badly needed tool for tracking successive letters in written words.