reading disorder

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reading disorder n.

reading disorder n.

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A learning disability characterized by a level of reading ability (accuracy, speed, and comprehension) substantially below what is expected for the child's age, intelligence, and education, the reading difficulty interfering substantially with scholastic or academic achievement or everyday life and not being attributable to neurological or sensory impairment, mental retardation, or environmental deprivation. Also called legasthenia, reading disability, specific developmental dyslexia, specific reading disorder. See also dyslexia, hyperlexia, specific spelling disorder.

Subjects: Psychology.

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