An Intensive Therapeutic Program for Learning Disabled Prepubertal Children

West, Malcolm; Carlin, Myrna; Baserman, Beverly; Milstein, Maxine
October 1978
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Oct1978, Vol. 11 Issue 8
Academic Journal
Presents an intensive therapeutic tutoring program for learning disabled prepubertal children. Description of the program; Use of remedial works on learning deficits; Importance of personality variables in learning.


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