A Solution to the Riddle--Dyslexia

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Harold Levinson, Jan 1, 2000 - Education - 406 pages
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Contents

An Introductory
1
Psychogenic Reflections and Conceptualizations
8
PreSolution Questions and Speculations
16
The Retrospective
25
Psychogenic and Neurophysiologic Correlations
51
1
64
Conclusion
71
A Quantitative Analysis of the Nuclear Symptomatic Complex
79
The Clinical BlurringSpeed Study
185
Summary
200
OcularMotor Tracking Patterns in Dyslexic and Normal
203
A Third Attempt at Classification
212
Practical Therapeutic Applications
221
Speculations on the Role of the Cerebellum in Modulating Conscious
229
AntiMotion Sickness Medications in Dyslexia
235
Electronystagmographic and BlurringSpeed Pharmacologic
252

Etiologic Considerations and Correlations
88
Summary
105
A CerebellarVestibular Hypothesis of the Dyslexic Reading
107
A Clinical Exception Highlights the CerebellarVestibular Rule
113
The Staten
123
Statistical Methods and Analysis
129
Proof of a Subclinical Nystagmus in Dyslexia
137
Reliability and Unreliability of BlurringSpeed Data
157
Compensatory Tracking and Reading Scores in Dyslexia
163
Reading Scores and Dyslexia
169
The Statistical Rule and Its Exceptions Define Dysmetric Dyslexia
177
The CerebellarVestibular Role in Phobias and Related
259
Clinical Neurodynamics Versus Single Neuron Potentials
265
Emotional and Behavioral Symptoms of CerebellarVestibular
271
Electromagnetic Somatic and Mental Correlations
282
Criticism and Its Analysis
287
Resistance Forces in Neurophysiologic Research in Dyslexia
301
An Attempt at Scientific and Religious Integration
315
Retrospective Qualitative Analysis of
339
Caloric Vestibular Stimulation and
361
References
379
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