TITLE

The Neuropsychology of Reading Disorders, Part II

AUTHOR(S)
Gaddes, William H.
PUB. DATE
December 1978
SOURCE
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Dec1978, Vol. 11 Issue 10
SOURCE TYPE
Review
DOC. TYPE
Book Review
ABSTRACT
Part II. Presents a continuation of a review of the book, 'The Neuropsychology of Learning Disorders,' edited by R.M. Knights and D.J. Bakker (1976). Problem areas of genetic and maturational variables and cerebral dominance; Significance of cerebral dominance on normal and impaired learning; Relationship between laterality and learning pattern; Perceptual factors of learning disabilities.
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4730389

 

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