Research Evidence So Far

For the last 20 years I have worked with Dyslexics, and using a technique I found while working in Voice Recognition technology, they are able to quickly learn how to reprogram their brain to read easily and normally.

Since 2013 I have been using EEG equipment to see if I could learn to firstly see the difference between someone who is dyslexic and someone who is, shall we use the term, "Lexic". Here below are two images taken from EEG traces for two different people, one Dyslexic and the other Lexic just to show you how the brain activity changes when both subjects go from just chatting, to reading aloud. I think you will quickly see that there are clear differences between the two subjects, and between the two states for each subject. My further work also clearly shows that once my work with the Dyslexic subject is complete, the transitions change to the extent that their EEG trace is indistinguishable from that of a Lexic person.

First the Lexic, or non-Dyslexic:

For the Lexic or non-Dyslexic, brain activity and engagement continues or increases in all areas between chatting on the left, and reading aloud on the right

And then the Dyslexic:

For this Dyslexic reader, the transition between chatting on the left half of this trace to reading aloud on the right hand half is dramatic


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