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This commentary responds to Bashir and Scavuzzo's assertion that dyslexia should be viewed as a chronic, pervasive condition. The limitations of viewing dyslexia in such a light are identified, and alternate perceptions are proposed. Implications and impact of instructional curricula on reading...
This article begins with an historical overview of the neurological aspects of dyslexia, which was originally seen as a member of the family of aphasias. That overview is followed by a brief review of familial and genetic factors in developmental dyslexia. The article then presents...
The strength of Richardson's historical perspective of dyslexia is that it illuminates some historical antecedents of dyslexia that may be unfamiliar to readers. Its weakness is that it fails to address the definitional issues associated with dyslexia. These issues are addressed in the present...
Children with developmental language disorders pose specific and unique problems for educators. This article addresses the continuing academic vulnerability of these children during the school years. We advance the position that their academic vulnerability results from the lifelong need to...
This study examined the relative influence on children's self-esteem of academic achievement, maternal self-esteem, maternal acceptance, and children's perception of their parents' acceptance of them. Subjects were students with learning disabilities in a self-contained class (n=31), similarly...
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