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Question 1: A neural basis for the visual lexicon and for auditory verbal ________ components have been proposed.
Short-term memoryAnterograde amnesiaWorking memoryThe Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two

Question 2: Dysgraphia is distinct from ________ in that the person may have the word to be written or the proper order of steps in mind clearly, but carries the sequence out in the wrong order.
Asperger syndromeRett syndromeDevelopmental dyspraxiaPervasive developmental disorder

Question 3: ________ is a neurological condition characterised by a problem with learning fundamentals and one or more of the basic numerical skills.
DyslexiaDyslexia researchDysgraphiaDyscalculia

Question 4: Pringle Morgan published a description of a reading-specific learning disorder in the ________ "Congenital Word Blindness".
Peer reviewBMJOpen access (publishing)The Lancet

Question 5: Scotopic sensitivity syndrome, also known as ________, is a term used to describe sensitivity to certain wavelengths of light which interfere with visual processing.
Dyslexia researchScotopic sensitivity syndromeDysgraphiaDyslexia

Question 6: Here the biological claim is that the ________ of people with dyslexia is mildly dysfunctional and that a number of cognitive difficulties ensue.
White matterRhombencephalonHuman brainCerebellum

Question 7: ________ (PET) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies have revealed the neural signature of adult normal reading (e.g.
Radiation therapySingle photon emission computed tomographyPositron emission tomographyX-ray

Question 8: [18] Suggesting that any language where orthography-to-________ mapping is transparent, or even opaque, or any language whose orthographic unit representing sound is coarse (i.e.
English phonologyIrish phonologyInternational Phonetic AlphabetPhonology

Question 9: A study by the Universities of ________ and Utrecht examined speech perception and speech production in 3-year-old Dutch children at familial risk of developing dyslexia.
AmsterdamRoermondLimburg (Netherlands)Maastricht

Question 10: [70] Several candidate genes have been identified, including at the two regions first related to dyslexia: DCDC2[71] and KIAA0319[72] on chromosome 6,[73] and DYX1C1 on ________.
Chromosome 12 (human)Chromosome 15 (human)Chromosome 13 (human)Chromosome 11 (human)


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