color contrast screening test for visual dyslexia

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IN THEORY, some individuals with visual dyslexia have an excess of L (red) photoreceptors in their eyes.  The excess of red photoreceptors cause a visual dissonance when reading.  A measureable effect is an increased ability (hypersensitivity) to see aBlue Dyop™ on a Black background more easily than they can see a Green Dyop™ on a White background.

“normal” response lets you see the Green Dyops™ on a White background better than you can see the Blue Dyops™ on a Black background.  A HYPOTHETICAL dyslexic response lets you see the Blue Dyops™ on a Black background better than you can see the Green Dyops™ on a White background.

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