nonverbal learning disorder(redirected from Non verbal learning disability)
non·ver·bal learning disorder(nŏn-vûr′bəl)
n. Abbr. NLD
A neurological disorder of the right cerebral hemisphere in which the processing of nonverbal and visual-spatial information is impaired, leading to deficits in balance and coordination, pattern recognition, mathematical ability, and visual memory.
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