Putting 'Perception' In Perspective

Wedell, K.
November 1976
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Nov1976, Vol. 9 Issue 9
Academic Journal
Comments on the exchange of views between Dr. Larsen and Dr. McCarthy concerning the article by the former in the 'Journal of Learning Disability,' vol. 9, 1976. Misapplication of the hypothetical constructs of perceptual functioning; Various roles played by perception in education; Need to consider impairment in component perceptual skills as a possible contributory cause of academic failure in children.


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