Helping People with Dyslexia Improve Reading Comprehension


By Molly Clifton

E-readers can help some people with dyslexia improve reading comprehension and speed.  

Researchers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics studied more than 100 high school students with dyslexia.   

They found improved reading results when students switched from paper to e-readers. 

They believe the shorter lines displayed on electronic devices greatly benefited students with limited attention spans.


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