Using the Neurological Impress Method with Learning Disabled Readers

Lorenz, Linda; Vockell, Edward
June 1979
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jun/Jul1979, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p67
Academic Journal
Examines the effectiveness of the neurological impress method (NIM) for learning disabled pupils. Comparison between the control group and the experimental group in gains in word recognition or reading comprehension; Improvement in left to right progression and visual tracking ability of learning disabled students.


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