Examination of Parental Attitudes Within the Diagnostic Intervention Process

Harmer, William R.; Alexander, Jacquelyn
November 1978
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Nov1978, Vol. 11 Issue 9
Academic Journal
Examines one self-reporting inventory of parental attitudes toward child-rearing and reading. Part of an initial parent interview at a university-affiliated learning disabilities center; Diagnostic-intervention process.


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