Predictive Validity of an Abbreviated Screening Battery

Satz, Paul; Friel, Janette
June 1978
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jun/Jul1978, Vol. 11 Issue 6
Academic Journal
Assesses the predictive validity of an abbreviated screening battery to determine children's learning ability, given at the beginning of kindergarten. Comparison of the composite discriminant function predictions from kindergarten against the reading outcomes at the end of second grade; Predictive classification of children into reading groups at second grade.


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