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The investigation reported here sought to determine whether or not incidence within grade, sex and handedness were related to reversal in right-left discrimination in bright children and, whether or not reversal and non-reversal groups differed with respect to visual-motor skills, measures of...
Inefficient psychoneurological skills may be the outstanding reason for scholastic failure in many intellectually normal young school children. This opinion is based upon the results of an ongoing survey of 1000 normal 5 to 7½ year old school children with a neurologically-oriented screening...
An important behavioral feature of many minimally brain-injured children is that of catastrophic reactions to trivial stimuli. Whether this behavior stems from frustration incurred because of learning disabilities or of more direct pathoneurological etiology, it might be possible to deal with...
The re-writing, new or possibility of writing state or federal legislation to cover the funding needs of the educationally handicapped and/or learning disabled child is rapidly becoming a national dilema or cause celebré. The view taken is dependent upon where one stands for the viewing. Here is...
As the amount of information today concerning the child with reading disability is considerable and the converse is true concerning therapeutic aspects, a pilot program was initiated to determine if a specific type of therapy could be instrumental in improving perceptual ability as reflected in...
The input, integration and output of learned material is education. Language, in its written and oral form, depends to a great degree upon memory span and use proficiency—C.C.E.
A deficit in space concepts associated with visual deprivation was measured by a spatial relationship test, comparing children blind from birth with matched sighted counterparts. Significant differences were found between blind and sighted groups on spatial relationships, but not on other...
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