In the Field

Grossman, Ronald P.
February 1981
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Feb1981, Vol. 14 Issue 2
Academic Journal
Discusses debates, issues and researches related to learning disabilities. Issues on the genetical transmission of neurological deficits like learning disabilities; Relationship of motor impairments and learning disabilities among children; Human figure drawings illustrating emotional reactions to learning disabilities among youngsters.


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