Specific Visual Perceptual Skills as Long-Term Predictors of Academic Success

Colarusso, Ronald P.; Martin, Hannah; Hartung, Joseph
December 1975
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Dec1975, Vol. 8 Issue 10
Academic Journal
Focuses on specific visual perceptual skills as long-term predictors of academic success. Determines the degree of the relationship between the Frostig DTVP and academic achievement as measured by the Scholastic Research Association Achievement Test Battery. Computation of product-moment correlations along with step-wise multiple regression analyses.


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