The Development of Learning Sets in Adequate and Retarded Readers

Wirtenberg, Thelma J.; Faw, Terry T.
May 1975
Journal of Learning Disabilities;May1975, Vol. 8 Issue 5
Academic Journal
Examines potential differences between adequate and retarded readers in the development of learning sets. Influence of attentional factors and differences in salience of certain cues on the task performance of retarded readers; Relationship between the changes in deficiency exhibited by retarded readers and changes in age.


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