More Unmailed Letters: From Abrams To Blatt And Blatt To Abrams

Abrams, Jules C.; Blatt, Burton; Reid, John H.; Reid, Nancie; Bander, Diana O.; Haseltine, Jo Ann; Duncan, Melba Hurd
August 1979
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Aug/Sep1979, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p8
Academic Journal
Presents letters concerning several issues in learning disabilities. Effect of the advent of the term learning disability on the shift of focus from psychological to neurological; Effect of tilting the paper on children with visual perception problem.


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