Lateral Dominance and Reading Disability

Harris, Albert J.
May 1979
Journal of Learning Disabilities;May1979, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p57
Academic Journal
Discusses the relation of lateral dominance to the causation of reading disability. Comparison between the direct and indirect methods of studying cerebral dominance; Efficacy of the electroencephalogram in differentiating between disabled and normal readers.


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