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Yamadori, Atshushi; Helvey, T. Charles; Holland, Morris K.; Tarlow, Gerald
May 1976
Journal of Learning Disabilities;May1976, Vol. 9 Issue 5
Academic Journal
Focuses on studies related to cognitive science and learning disabilities. Degree of integration required for writing in cases of alexia with agraphia; Use of electroencephalography to determine the effectiveness of a technique which attempts to increase synchronization and integration between the cerebral hemispheres; Significance of blinking for cognitive processes.


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