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Marx, Jean L.; Rosenstein, Solomon N.; Basso, A.; Bisiach, E.; Faglioni, P.; McGlannan, Frances
April 1976
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Apr1976, Vol. 9 Issue 4
Academic Journal
Discusses several research of interest to the field of learning disabilities. Effects of pituitary hormones on learning and behavior; Relation of dental abnormalities to neurological and psychometric status of premature infants; Mueller-Lyer illusion in patients with unilateral brain damage.


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