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A dyslexic person, of good or average intelligence, perceives his environment in a different way, his attention diminishes when confronted with symbols such as letters and numbers. Due to a deficiency of his partial performances, his perception of these symbols is different to the perception of non-dyslexic people. This results in difficulties when learning to read and write and do arithmetic.
Dr. Astrid Kopp-Duller (1985)