Center for Dyslexia Tennessee Center for the Study and Treatment of Dyslexia
Center Research in Progress
Through a grant from the Division of Special Education of the Tennessee State Department
of Education, three public schools are participating in a study to determine the effects
of an intervention program on the reading performance of students receiving special
Past Center Research
An investigation of an "Early Signs" checklists, for parents, to target children (ages
5-8) who may be at-risk of failure in reading and spelling (may be dyslexic).
An investigation of speech discrimination errors among students with dyslexia with
and without histories of multiple middle-ear infections.
An investigation of a three-minute task to screen for potentially dyslexic readers
A search for the gene(s) associated with dyslexia in one large family.
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