Category Archives: Etiology

Interview: Brian Butterworth explains Dyscalculia

Video with Professor Brian Butterworth who is talking about Dyscalculia. He explained the problems that people with dyscalculia have in daily life like shopping and time. The scientist is presenting the main symptoms and is talking that time is a critical factor in the diagnosis of severe mathematical problems.

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SGA status in premature infants influences the later risk of dyscalculia

Julia Jaekel from the University of Bochum and Prof. Dieter Wolke investigated whether a premature birth increases the risk of developing dyscalculia later. The two scientists examined 922 children with an average age of 8 years for the presence of dyscalculia and put these results in relation to the due date.

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