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Predicting the future is dicey. In the words of Yogi Berra, "The future ain't what it used to be." If attempting to anticipate the future is tricky, neglecting to do so is worse. Thinking ahead is a step toward promising possibilities and away from potential pitfalls. This issue of Perspectives is dedicated to this optimistic premise and to the enterprise of looking ahead. What might dyslexia look like in the year 2020?

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  1. 1. Dyslexia with 2020 Vision Volume 36, No. 1, Winter Edition 2010 Predicting the future is dicey. In the words of Yogi Berra, "The future aint what it used to be." If attempting to anticipate the future is tricky, neglecting to do so is worse. Thinking ahead is a step toward promising possibilities and away from potential pitfalls. This issue of Perspectives is dedicated to this optimistic premise and to the enterprise of looking ahead. What might dyslexia look like in the year 2020?Theme Editors’ Introduction: Dyslexia with 2020 Vision Gordon F. Sherman and Carolyn D. Cowen (Click for PDF) Norman Geschwind: A Man Out of Time Gordon F. Sherman and Carolyn D. Cowen (Click for PDF)Join the International Dyslexia Association to view the rest of this issue ofPerspectives, including important articles from these noted authors anddyslexia experts. • Dyslexia, Genes, and the Brain: 10 Years and Beyond Glenn D. Rosen • New Directions in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Reading Development and Reading Disability Ken Pugh • Dyslexics Are More than People with Reading Problems: Genes, Brains, and Treatment Predictions for the Future Jeffrey W. Gilger • 2020’s Leaning Landscape: A Retrospective on Dyslexia David Rose and Ge Vue • Cassandra’s Thoughts about Reading and Time Maryanne WolfQuestions for Discussion: What do YOU think?(Click for PDF)C. D. Cowen: Updated 2/11/11

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