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The Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test protocols of 82 elementary school boys with learning disabilities were scored for developmental errors using the Koppitz system. Sixty-seven % of the children with learning disabilites (CLD), as compared with only 44% of a group of 34 controls, made more...
Three learning disabled children were taught to apply principles of behavior modification to school-related problems of their schcolmates. The results revealed that the tutors were able to modify problems of capital letter recognition, the beginning of an assignment, and the completion of an...
In order to give concrete application to some of the current problems and disagreements in defining and conceptualizing “dyslexia,” the authors report here the total diagnostic evaluation of an eight-year-old boy of normal intelligence who had a severe reading disability. The evaluation...
Research in behavior modification has shown that motivated behavior is often under the control of situationally anchored contingencies of reinforcement. In light of this observation, and considering the dissatisfaction of some behaviorists with traditional assessment practices, it is suggested...
The outline can be used as a descriptive and prescriptive guide for the teacher in determining the child's lowest levels of consistently successful functioning so that language-learning at the higher levels can be reinforced. Since this is a process approach, it is not dependent upon any...
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