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VISUAL PROCESSING AND THE USE OF COLOUR FOR THOSE WITH DYSLEXIA

VISUAL PROCESSING AND THE USE OF COLOUR IN THE TREATMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA
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ISBN-13:
9783639194555
Einband:
Paperback
Seiten:
76
Autor:
Anna Treby
Gewicht:
130 g
Format:
220x150x5 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book looks at a number of different elements associated with developmental dyslexia and how it can be assisted through the effective utilisation of colour in the form of coloured overlays, coloured paper and computer screen backgrounds. It also details research that has been undertaken to scientifically prove the validity of the use of colour as well as other major research programs associated with dyslexia - a reading deficit. Reading is a multifarious process and demands the co-ordination and integration of many parts of the brain. In fact, it can be said to be one of the most complex cognitive functions that it performs. To be able to read you need to perceive and identify letters and words with parts of the brain that deal with vision, hearing, judgement and memory. In order to read, and understand speech, we need to utilise a combination of visual and auditory processing facilities. These facilities occur in the receptive language area of the brain which receives signals and input from both auditory and visual associated areas. To be able to read efficiently and fluently, many functions need to occur and this book explores them.