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7. Using brain imaging, researchers have discovered that dyslexic readers use the ______________ side(s) of their brains, while non-dyslexic readers use the ______________ side(s) of their brains.
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7. c: Right and left left. Researchers have discovered through brain imaging that a dyslexic reader uses both sides of the brain. Non-dyslexic readers use only the left side.
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