"Associative Approach to the Fernald Technique"

Banas, Norma; Crook, William G.; Jacobson, Vivienne
October 1979
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Oct1979, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p7
Academic Journal
Presents letters concerning several issues in learning disabilities. Modification to the Fernald Technique, a perceptual and memory training method; Relation of food allergies, other dietary and biochemical factors to behavioral and learning problems in children.


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