Cognitive Training Interventions in Children: Review of a New Approach

Abikoff, Howard
February 1979
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Feb1979, Vol. 12 Issue 2
Academic Journal
Presents reviews on cognitive training studies with children showing behavioral, attentional or cognitive problems. Cognitive training procedures and studies; Effectiveness of cognitive training in reducing disruptive classroom behavior among children with behavioral problems; Necessity of social skills training component.


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