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disorder

a disturbance of public order or peace. Its existence may trigger extended police powers.
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Therefore, this study aims to describe and compare the results of ocular tests (saccadic movement, pendular tracking, and optokinetic nystagmus) among the groups with dyslexia, learning disorders and control group.
Clinical and sociodemographic features of children and adolescents with specific learning disorder (SLD).
A cross-sectional study to assess the prevalance of DSM-5 specific learning disorders in representative school samples from the second to sixth grade in Brazil.
To study the school policy with regard to provision of reasonable accommodations to children with specific learning disorders.
Constant Therapy uses mobile solutions to treat patients with traumatic brain injury, stroke, aphasia, and learning disorders.
Common dual diagnoses in gifted children include anxiety disorders, depression (or existential depression), sleep disorders (such as nightmares, night terrors, or sleep walking), allergies, asthma, ADHD, oppositional-defiant disorder, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder, autism spectrum disorder, nonverbal learning disability, social/pragmatic communication disorder, and learning disorders such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, central auditory processing disorder, or sensory-motor integration disorder.
Non verbal learning disorder is a neurological disorder which originates in the right half of the brain, causing problems with visual-spatial, organisational, evaluative, and holistic processing functions.
Experts claimed that 25 percent of adolescents in Beirut suffer from an emotional, behavioral or learning disorder, but only 6 percent of those requiring treatment currently receive it.
Many of the attempts concerning the involvement on children with learning disorders have mostly focused on learning problems rather than psychological ones.
A new study of mice suggests that watching glowing screens late at night can raise the risk of depression and learning disorders.
There is also a dearth of empirical information on the prevalence of such learning disorders in Oman, he added.
In addition to identifying how the human brain processes language, the study results offer potential for understanding hearing loss impairment in aging, attention deficit disorder, autism and language learning disorders, and may lead to effective therapies for these conditions.

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