Smart But Feeling Dumb
Utilizing the collective understanding derived from scores of his successfully treated and presented dyslexic patients - typical of over 35,000 highly informative others, a world renowned neuropsychiatric pioneer provides readers with the first and only comprehensive solution to the century-old riddles and misconceptions characterizing this previously misunderstood disorde...more
For those concerned with or wondering about the inner workings of dyslexia and its many indicative symptoms, you can find no better book.
For someone like me, who has little familiarity or experience with the disease, neither through family nor friends, nor otherwise, I had the conception going into it that I was going to, as the title implies, 'feel dumb', since most medical texts are over my head with their thesaurus-drowned wordin ...more
Interestingly, the definition of dyslexia presented in this book is quite different than commonly seen. In this case, dyslexia is expanded to include a variety ...more