What is Visual Spatial Memory?
Why and how is it important in the case examples?
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Visual-spatial working memory skills involve the ability to recall shapes and colors as well as their locations and movements. These skills aid children in letter/number recognition, reading, writing, and math. Visual-spatial abilities play a pivotal role because of the multi-faceted visual sensory processing involved in reading. Several studies show that children with developmental dyslexia (DD) fail to develop effective visual strategies and that some reading difficulties are linked to visual-spatial deficits