An Examination of the New York State Board of Law Examiners' Policy Towards Individuals With
- EEG power spectra of adolescent poor readers. Ackerman, Peggy T.; McPherson, W. Brian; Oglesby, D. Michael; Dykman, Roscoe A. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jan/Feb1998, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p83
Focuses on a study conducted on two poor-reading adolescent groups by use of EGG power spectra. Details on the age groups selected; Information on the sex of the participants; Details on the bilateral results reported.
- Achievement-related perceptions of children with learning disabilities and normal achievement:... Bear, George G.; Minke, Kathleen M.; Griffin, Shaunna M.; Deemer, Sandra A. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jan/Feb1998, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p91
Focuses on the assessment made among third and sixth graders with learning disabilities and normal achievements based on self-perceptions and feedback, social comparison of reading competence, reading satisfaction and general self worth. Details on the importance of feedback in both groups;...
- Expert opinions put to the test. CAMPBELL, GEOFFREY A. // ABA Journal;Nov98, Vol. 84 Issue 11, p32
Highlights the case, Bartlett versus New York State Board of Law Examiners, which concerns the accomodations for the disabled at licensing examinations. Origin of the case; Court's ruling on the case.
- The middle school experience: Effects on the math and science achievement of adolescents with LD. Anderman, Eric M. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Mar/Apr1998, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p128
Presents a study which focuses on the relationship between the achievement gaps in math and science between adolescents with and without learning disabilities (LD), and middle school transitions. Information on maths and science achievement of students with LD; Methodology used in the study;...
- NAA10 mutation causing a novel intellectual disability syndrome with Long QT due to N-terminal acetyltransferase impairment. Casey, Jillian P.; Støve, Svein I.; McGorrian, Catherine; Galvin, Joseph; Blenski, Marina; Dunne, Aimee; Ennis, Sean; Brett, Francesca; King, Mary D.; Arnesen, Thomas; Lynch, Sally Ann // Scientific Reports;11/6/2015, p16022
We report two brothers from a non-consanguineous Irish family presenting with a novel syndrome characterised by intellectual disability, facial dysmorphism, scoliosis and long QT. Their mother has a milder phenotype including long QT. X-linked inheritance was suspected. Whole exome sequencing...
- Note-Taking Skills of University Students With and Without Learning Disabilities. Hughes, Charles A.; Suritsky, Sharon K. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jan1994, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p20
Studies the note-taking skills of university students with and without learning disabilities. Thirty university students with and without learning disabilities compared in cued and non cued information units and the number and type of abbreviations used; Implications and discussions of the study.
- Mediators of the risk for problem behavior in children with language learning disabilities. Vallance, Denise D.; Cummings, Richard L.; Humphries, Tom // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Mar/Apr1998, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p160
Reports from a study which examined the independent and relative influences of social discourse and social skills on problem behavior in children with language learning disabilities. Information on the methodology used in the study; Results of the analyses on the study; Discussion on the study;...
- Loneliness and coherence among preschool children with learning disabilities. Margalit, Malka // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Mar/Apr1998, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p173
Presents a study which investigates preschool children with learning disabilities in Israel, and loneliness and coherence among them. Detailed information on the methodology used in the study; Results of the study's analysis; Discussion on the study; Other detailed information.
- Disorder of written expression: A case report. Saini, R.; Chauhan, V. S.; Chaudhary, S.; Das, R. C. // Pravara Medical Review;Mar2012, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p18
Disorders of written expression often accompany reading or other learning difficulties. Not enough research has been carried out in isolated written expression problems in confrast isin other learning areas. In fact, it is debatable if isolated disorder of written expression exists at all....