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Oxford university dyscalculia
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Posted on January 05 2011 09:49 PM
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Hi guys here is a survey for people to complete if they think they may have dyscalculia, it is to aid in research for Oxford university, participants could be contacted later on for further study should they wish to partake.

Count me in! Wink
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Posted on July 28 2011 06:42 PM

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thanks for that link tr3slunas, I msut have taken part in it a few months backa nd completely forgot about it until someone emailed me from the uni and asked if I would take further part in tests later on in the year.

Have you done anything with these guys?

Many thanks again for the link! Wink
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Posted on August 03 2011 02:25 PM
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I filled it out a long time ago and have just been contacted now... will let you all know what comes of it Smile
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Posted on August 04 2011 01:52 PM

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Thanks for telling us about this, tr3s. You know that those of us here in the US also want to help those from the UK to find help and support, so this gives us a place to direct them to. - jus'
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