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    Harold N. Levinson.
    Summary: In this ground-breaking book, Dr. Harold Levinson provides his follow-up work about truly understanding and successfully treating children and adults with many and diverse dyslexia-related disorders such as those found on the cover. This fascinating, life-changing title is primarily about helping children who suffer from varied combinations and severities of previously unexplained inner-ear-determined symptoms resulting in difficulties with: reading, writing, spelling, math, memory, speech, sense of direction and time grammar, concentration/activity-level, balance and coordination headaches, nausea, dizziness, ringing ears, and motion-sickness frustration levels and feeling dumb, ugly, klutzy, phobic, and depressed impulsivity, cutting class, dropping out of school, and substance abuse bullying and being bullied as well as anger and social interactions later becoming emotionally traumatized and scarred dysfunctional adults Feeling Smarter and Smarter is thus also about and for the millions of frus-trated and failing adults who are often overwhelmed by similar and even more complicated symptoms—as well as for their dedicated healers. Having laid the initial foundations for his many current insights in an earlier bestseller, Smart But Feeling Dumb, Dr. Levinson now presents a compelling range of enlightening new cases and data as well as a large number of highly original discoveries—such as his challenging illumination that all dyslexia-related manifestations are primarily inner-ear or cerebellar-vestibular—not cerebrally—determined and so do not impair IQ, and an “ingeniously simple” explanatory theory of symptom formation. -- Provided by publisher.

    Dyslexia by any other name
    The bottom line
    A bit of history and discovery
    The turning point : solving the dyslexia riddle
    Listening to dyslexics : my simple clinical path proved key to discovery
    Kathy : the intriguing complexity of dyslexia
    The self-diagnostic test : evaluating patients and theories
    Kathy and the mistaken theories of dyslexia
    The CVS theory of dyslexia : a theory's value is entirely dependent on its explanatory and predictive capabilities
    Only the CVS theory can explain all of Kathy's dyslexic symptoms and mechanisms
    Some important Q&As : especially about the higher cerebellum and Kathy
    Another remarkable case : highlighting the dyslexia/ADD/ADHA/phobia connection
    Making the connections : an introductory overview
    New insights into ADD/ADHD
    The CVS/phobia link : three steps toward conviction
    The reading process in dyslexia
    The "super-ten" basic mechanisms explaining the dyslexia syndrome
    Many helpful therapies
    Four steps to a certain diagnosis
    "I didn't want medical treatment, but..." : depression vs. "dyslexia without 'dyslexia'"
    Real smart drugs and treatment
    An effective partial medical treatment for autism (ASD) and autistic trait disorder or pseudo-autism
    Kathy's favorable response to medical treatment
    Closure : the end is just a new beginning.
    Digital Access Springer 2019