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The present research is accomplished in order to study and compare the work memory and anxiety in dyslexia children and normal children. The sample of this research consisted of 30 dyslexia children aged of 9 to 14 years old and 30 normal children in Tehran. The anxiety scale of Spence and revised Wechsler intelligence scale for children in participants were studied. The results of this research showed that there was a meaningful difference between dyslexia children and normal children and dyslexia children had defect in their active memory. The results also showed that the total anxiety, social anxiety, separation anxiety and general anxiety are the same in both dyslexia children and normal children and they weren’t different in this regard. The research results could be useful in determining and designing the clinical interventions for children with disabilities in learning.
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Author(s): Nahid Hemmat Makan Parviz Sharifi Daramadi and Fariborz Bagheri
disability in learning, dyslexia, anxiety