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This is my response to the critique by Blythe et al. of my review 'What is Developmental Dyslexia?'. In this response, I provide greater detail about the evidence supporting the view that faulty eye movement control can cause dyslexics' visual reading difficulties and that impaired development of the visual magnocellular system may be the underlying cause.

Original publication

DOI

10.3390/brainsci8060099

Type

Journal article

Journal

Brain Sci

Publication Date

04/06/2018

Volume

8

Keywords

dyslexia, eye movements, reading, visual magnocellular system