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Scientists think they have found the area of the brain that goes wrong in people with dyscalculia – a condition that renders them unable to perform arithmetic.

This study is the first demonstration that the parietal lobe is the key to understanding developmental dyscalculia. The disorder is just as prevalent in the population as dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder – around 5% of the population – however, the underlying brain dysfunction causing dyscalculia is still a mystery.

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