The first criterion that causes this research to be subject to criticism is the idea that the sample size that is tested is insufficient. This is because the sample size that is tested is below a hundred. In this case the size of the data is 60. This means that the results that are realized from this research might not represent the diverse cases of Dyslexia within the United States. In addition, it is clear that the target population that was investigated was from an urban area. These subjects the results to a form of bias because children raised in rural areas might be prone to Dyslexia compared to the ones raised in urban areas. Considering that children up bring in both rural and urban areas is a bit different. There is a higher likelihood that the places where children reside may play a key role in increasing the likelihood of Dyslexia. In conclusion, despite structuring its arguments, this article does not provide a counter argument for the set of claims brought forth by the author.