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Harold Levinson

Harold Levinson is an American psychiatrist and author, known for developing his cerebellar theory of treating dyslexia.

Career in psychiatry
Levinson has pursued alternative theories and treatments for dyslexia since the 1960s. In 1973 he and Jan Frank published an article in the Journal of Child Psychiatry suggesting dyslexia was caused by a faulty connection between the cerebellum and the other parts of the brain, instead of the cerebrum.

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