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Despite the interpretative difficulties, recent research with adult dyslexics clearly points to some abnormality of function in certain regions of the left 40 Alan A. Beaton hemisphere. Rumsey et al. (1992) reported that in comparison with 14 control subjects and resting levels, 14 dyslexic men showed reduced activation at the left temporo-parietal region in response to a simple task in which they had to press a button if two words rhymed. However, the dyslexics showed increased activation at the right temporal region.
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