Understanding Dyscalculia and How the Brain Processes Numbers

Understanding-Dyscalculia-How-the-Brain-Processes-Numbers

Dyscalculia is a learning disability, which is sometimes called number blindness, and similar to dyslexia, but for numbers. Researchers estimate that as much as 7% of the population has dyscalculia, which can be marked by severe difficulties in dealing with numbers despite otherwise normal intelligence.

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