TITLE

Use of Haptic Training to Modify Impulse and Attention Control Deficits of Learning Disabled Children

AUTHOR(S)
Locher, Paul J.
PUB. DATE
February 1985
SOURCE
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Feb1985, Vol. 18 Issue 2
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Studies the use of haptic training to modify impulse and attention control deficits of learning disabled children. Modification of encoding strategies and performance on a haptic discrimination task in the direction of increased reflectivity; Improvements in scanning and processing times.
ACCESSION #
4735280

 

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