It was the only way I could read for the first twenty years of my life. Being dyslexic I had the ability to cling to music. A harmonic chord is derived from a series of tones that blend together to make a "harmonious" sound. When the tones of this harmonic chord are rearranged in different order, the quality of this harmonious sound either becomes stronger or weaker in nature, but it still remains its harmonic structure. So, my point is that the study by Cambridge is absolutely correct. Just like music, words are a series of pictures that we have in grained into our brains to read and that the first and last letter of a word (with its filler pieces/letters) is all we need. Those who are dyslexic should be able to read that passage as I did like, water off a ducks back. Thanks for sharing this report, concept.