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Visual Perception

Although dyseidetic dyslexia results in characteristic coding patterns producing specific reading problems, it is probable that visual perceptual deficiencies contribute to learning problems that include general reading problems. The most common understanding of visual perception in dyslexia was associated with problems visually discerning and comparing patterns and sequences, which can include seeing directionality in letters and words, and even recognising words.

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