Psychiatric co morbidity in learning disorder
analysis of family variables.
A new study of mice suggests that watching glowing screens late at night can raise the risk of depression and learning disorders
Some caregivers may not accept that the child has a learning disorder
, and they may instead simply define the problem as laziness.
For some parents, labeling their daughter as having ADHD or a learning disorder
becomes an excuse for their daughter's behavior or for not doing as well in school," he says.
Russ Doty, who plays rhythm guitar and provides vocals for Love Gun, said he was unaware of LaRose's learning disorder
are simply caused by a difference in the brain that affects how information is received, processed or communicated.
The third category of students mentioned above, especially those having neurological handicaps, experience learning disorders
and thereby they become poor school performers.
Emma and James - son of former PM John Major - found Harry, seven, has the learning disorder
four years ago.
One hypothesis, which claims that dyscalculia is hereditary, is gaining support in the cognitive sciences (Ansari & Karmiloff-Smith, 2002), because the mathematical learning disorder
is unusually common in identical twins and, to a lesser degree, fraternal twins and other siblings (Alarcon, Defries, Gillis Light & Pennington, 1997; Shalev, Manor, Kerem, Ayali, Badichi, Friedlander & Gross-Tsur, 2001).
Any elementary-grade reader with problems learning will readily empathize with Lily's learning disorder
Dyslexia, a learning disorder
that afflicts at least 5 percent of elementary school children, is characterized by difficulties in perceiving sounds within words, spelling and reading problems, and troubles with written and oral expression.
Dyslexia is a language-based learning disorder
which affects all kinds of people regardless of intelligence.
Doctors discovered that he has dyslexia, a learning disorder
with symptoms that include difficulty reading, spelling, and writing.
Eventually, Zac was found to have a nonverbal learning disorder
Daniel Entwistle, the missing seven-year-old who police fear could have fallen into a river, cannot swim and has a learning disorder
which can affect his awareness of danger, police said last night.