TITLE

The Role of Verbal Labeling in Equivalence Tasks as Related to Reading Ability

AUTHOR(S)
Drader, Darla L.
PUB. DATE
March 1975
SOURCE
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Mar1975, Vol. 8 Issue 3
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Examines the role of verbal labeling in equivalence tasks as related to reading ability. Absence of differences in modality-specific labeling between good and poor readers; Role of the other factors other than verbal labeling in performance difference of the two groups; Similarities between the demands of the reading task and the equivalence task.
ACCESSION #
4741388

 

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