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Onlyrecently has movement behavior and learning disabilities LD, including theconfusing topic of dyslexia, been considered to be connected. The realizationthat phonemic problems may often be the -result- of learning issues such asdyslexia, and not the cause, has finally surfaced. This condition ishypothesized as being primarily due to not sensing the sound connection becauseof the hand feeling the shape of feeling letters incorrectly. Thisconsequently, interferes with the sound values being connected during thelearning process. We herein provide the results of an earlier unpublishedstudy, which demonstrates how we obtained these and other classroom results. Weprovide evidence of movement difference between those with identified LDs andthose without LDs, and how this can relate to both left and inverted rotationaldirection difference. Other movement differences are also identified asmodifiers of the achievement difference between the students found in theat-risk populations. As previously described Young et al., 2012, understanding -reversedpositioning sensation- RPS can be of great assistance to those with the basiccondition known as written language disability WLD or dysgraphic conditions,which are often recognized entities of the LD known as dyslexia. This isimportant, because remediation involves changing the hand position of thoseaffected and is theorized, can change the way the brain senses the direction oflearning i.e., to make letters by processing the sense of feeling themtop-down instead of from an inverted sensation of sensing bottom-up movement.That this remedial movement concept is so amazingly simple may be why it hasbeen overlooked for years.

KEYWORDS

Learning Disability, Rotational Movement, Handwriting, Dyslexia, Academic Achievement

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Young, R. 2015. Effects of Physical Rotational Movement Difference and Handwriting Position on Academic Achievement and Learning Disabilities. Psychology, 6, 243-250. doi: 10.4236-psych.2015.63024.





Autor: Rowe A. Young*

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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