Auditory Temporal Processing Performance of Young Adults With Reading Disorders
- Struggling readers don't work at reading: They just get... Dayton-Sakari, Mary // Intervention in School & Clinic;May97, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p295
Provides instruction strategies to gain back control of reading skills in students with reading and learning difficulties. How readers and teachers speak nonverbally; Physical behavior patterns; Physical control of materials for excellent and struggling readers; Teachers' role in educating...
- INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE. Woodward, John // Learning Disability Quarterly;Winter2001, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p3
Comments on the articles dealing with learning disability.
- On the Attempt to Find WISC-R Profiles for Learning and Reading Disabilities (A Response to Vance, Wallbrown, and Blaha). Miller, Maurice // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jun/Jul80, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p338
Comments on the articles 'Determining WISC-R Profiles for Reading Disabled Children,' and 'Developing Remedial Hypotheses from Ability Profiles,' by Fred H. Wallbrown, John Blaha and Booney Vance, which appeared in a 1978 and 1979 issues of the 'Journal of Learning Disabilities.' Syndromes of...
- Let's End the Reading Disabilities/Learning Disabilities Debate. Gaskins, Irene W. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Feb1982, Vol. 15 Issue 2
Proposes an end to the dispute over the labeling of a poor reader as reading disabled or learning disabled by creating a merger for the two fields. Territorial dispute between the fields of reading and learning disabilities in the 1970s and 1980s; Problems of labeling due to the absence of...
- The Role of Theory in Learning Disabilities Research. Wong, Bernice // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Dec1979, Vol. 12 Issue 10
Part II. Presents a selective review of alternative conceptualizations of learning disabilities (LD) and reading disability. Interactional model of LD; Concept of an information-integration theory; Age-related changes in reading achievements; Verbal deficit hypothesis of reading disability;...
- INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE. Haager, Diane; Klinger, Janette K.; Vaughn, Sharon // Learning Disability Quarterly;Fall2001, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p218
Introduces a series of articles on learning disabilities.
- Parallels between math and reading disability: Common issues and approaches. Kulak, Alison G. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Dec1993, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p666
Reviews the common issues and approaches in skill acquisition in reading and math disabilities. Discussion of findings on the nature of the differences between learners with and without disabilities; The deficit/delay issue; Summary and conclusions of the review.
- In the Field. Grossman, Ronald P. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Feb1985, Vol. 18 Issue 2
Focuses on issues related to learning disabilities as of February 1985. Varieties of remedial programs; Relationship between reading errors, difficulty of materials presented and base line level of individual reading skills; Recognition of early warning signs of reading disability.
- Improving the Prediction of Reading for the Individual Child: A Four-Year Follow-Up. Badian, Nathlie A. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;May1986, Vol. 19 Issue 5
Investigates the relationship of biographical factors to later reading achievement, in addition to screening test scores. Characteristics of children for whom prediction was unsuccessful; Differentiation between valid positives and false positives; Method of telling which children who score...