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Health Watch (Learning Disabilities) #395934

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 22, 2000
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Evanston, Illinois: Elizabeth Kaledin) New research showing that a child's ability to process sound is linked to some learning abilities reported; details given of studies at Northwestern on "auditory processing disorder." [Mother Anne DUROT - talks about her daughter's sound disability.] [Kid Molly DUROT - explains what researchers are doing.] [Northwestern University neuroscientist Nina KRAUS - says there is a biological basis for some learning disorders.] [Learning Disabilities Association of America Dr. Larry SILVER - says the brain is more flexible than previously thought.]

Kaledin, Elizabeth;
Rather, Dan

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