Cognitive, Academic, and Behavioral Findings in Children with Suspected and Documented Neurological Dysfunction

Black, F. William
March 1976
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Mar1976, Vol. 9 Issue 3
Academic Journal
Makes intellectual, perceptual, academic and behavioral comparisons for matched samples of elementary school children with suspected and documented neurological dysfunction. Predictors of documented neurological dysfunction; Background on studies regarding children with suspected or documented brain lesions; Performance of a discriminate analysis utilizing Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children scores.


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