Hannah and her team Royal Holloway University are studying reading enjoyment in adults with dyslexia to see whether a person will wait to read more of a book and other reading behaviours (eg comprehension, reading anxiety) in those with and without dyslexia.
Could you take part? The online task takes around 30 minutes.
Hannah is looking for:
Those with dyslexia
Between ages 18-30
Without any other neurodevelopmental condition that could affect learning, including autism, ADHD, epilepsy, or genetic disorders.
Those who are native English speakers (defined as attending school in a majority English-speaking country from age 5).
With normal or corrected to normal vision and hearing
Please use a computer, laptop or tablet to complete the study rather than a mobile device.
Scan the QR code on the poster to go to the study, or click here.
From now until Christmas*, Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity is offering sale prices for online assessments for adults (aged 18+), as well as for students attending FE/University, undertaken by educational psychologists and by specialist assessors. Visit
We are delighted to be able to share trainee clinical psychologist Holly's further request for help with her research into dyslexia and emotions that she is conducting for her PhD from Royal Holloway University London.