Monthly Archives: April 2017

Dyslexia and co-morbidity

Sometimes you can just let the data speak for itself. This is one such a case. It is a cohort of 2887 seeking work, and I wanted to see what was the prevalence of dyslexia (that is easy – 10.4%) … Continue reading

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Recognising the first letter

This evening I was talking to a friend about how schools are now beginning to see the potential in Profiler over and above just a total score, and we began to talk about how item responses (i.e. not just if … Continue reading

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