Study to target evidence of dylexia in early development

Okay people thoughts please.  Do you think this can be a reliable study?

The University of Western Sydney are calling for pint-sized volunteers keen to find a way to diagnose dyslexia.

The UWS MARCS BabyLab has been running a study that aims to discover whether it is possible to detect signs of dyslexia in babies.

Mrs Lee, of Mount Annan, said two groups of babies, one with a family history of dyslexia, and one without, were put through a series of sound tests to see if the babies at risk of dyslexia appear to perceive sound differently.

Babies are involved in the study from when they are about five months old until they turn five.