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A possible explanation is advanced of visual confusion in children with visual dislexia. The Dunlop test is used as a means of making the differential diagnosis between visual and auditory dyslexia. The results of the test on 80 normal children, 80 dyslexic children, and 80 adults are compared.


Journal article


British Orthoptic Journal

Publication Date



NO. 37


11 - 15