Postural Control Among Children With and Without Dyslexia

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    National Cheng-Kung University Hospital
Updated on 27 September 2022
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As Chinese-speaking children with dyslexia typically have different cerebellar sign behavior from non-Chinese-speaking counterparts, this study compared the effect of visual occlusion on the static balance between dyslexic and non-dyslexic children using the Chinese language.

Condition developmental disability, developmental disorders, Developmental Disabilities
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05072418
SponsorNational Cheng-Kung University Hospital
Last Modified on27 September 2022

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