Struggle to learn mathematics, your child may have dyscalculia

Children who struggle to learn mathematics may have a neurocognitive disorder, called Dyscalculia, that inhibits the acquisition of basic numerical and arithmetic concepts, according to a new research study conducted by University of Minnesota and British researchers, reports the International Business Times. The disorder, which is also called developmental dyscalculia, affects the acquisition of arithmetic skills in an otherwise-normal child. The disorder affects roughly the same number of people as dyslexia but has received much less attention (and research funding)…

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