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THE ARAB CENTER FOR
MIND, BRAIN AND BEHAVIOUR
Dr. Deia Ganayim
The chairperson of ACMBB. He is a neuro-cognitive researcher, clinical neuropsychologist, educational psychologist and learning disabilities expert.
Arabic and Numbers
Arabic speakers compare two-digit numbers differently. The reason is reading the units first and the decades second. see Japanese Psychological Research, 56(2), 153-167.
Arabic and Text Layout
Arabic Texts with one column are the most efficient for reading comprehension. The inter-line spacing has no effect. The reason is the conncetedness of the Arabic script. see Human Factors, 55(2), 323-332.
Eyes and Words in Arabic
Efficient visual word recognition in Arabic occurs when the eyes fall on the word center. The reason is the high acuity in the eye fovea. see upcoming press.
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