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The Resource The Neuropsychology of learning disorders : theoretical approaches : proceedings of an international conference, Korsør, Denmark, June 15-18, 1975, sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Scientific Affairs Division, Carleton University, the Pickering Fund ; edited by Robert M. Knights and Dirk J. Bakker

The Neuropsychology of learning disorders : theoretical approaches : proceedings of an international conference, Korsør, Denmark, June 15-18, 1975, sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Scientific Affairs Division, Carleton University, the Pickering Fund ; edited by Robert M. Knights and Dirk J. Bakker

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The Neuropsychology of learning disorders : theoretical approaches : proceedings of an international conference, Korsør, Denmark, June 15-18, 1975
Title
The Neuropsychology of learning disorders
Title remainder
theoretical approaches : proceedings of an international conference, Korsør, Denmark, June 15-18, 1975
Statement of responsibility
sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Scientific Affairs Division, Carleton University, the Pickering Fund ; edited by Robert M. Knights and Dirk J. Bakker
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
LC4704
LC item number
.N48
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
LC4704 N494 1975
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • Carleton University
  • Pickering Foundation
  • Knights, Robert M
  • Bakker, Dirk J
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Learning disabilities
  • Neurophysiologie
  • Apprentissage, Troubles de l'
  • Learning disabilities
  • Leermoeilijkheden
  • Geestelijk gehandicapten
  • Neurophysiology
  • Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity
  • Learning Disorders
Label
The Neuropsychology of learning disorders : theoretical approaches : proceedings of an international conference, Korsør, Denmark, June 15-18, 1975, sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Scientific Affairs Division, Carleton University, the Pickering Fund ; edited by Robert M. Knights and Dirk J. Bakker
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Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 469-521
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Biochemical and electroencephalographic correlates of learning disabilities
  • John R. Hughes
  • Focused arousal and 40-Hz EEG
  • Daniel E. Sheer
  • Psychophysiological study of methylphenidate responders and nonresponders
  • H. Bruce Ferguson, Suzanne Simpson, Ronald L. Trites
  • Physiological responses in intrasensory and intersensory integration of auditory and visual signals by normal and deficit readers
  • Maureen Julianne Levine
  • Hypothesis for a possible biochemical basis of minimal brain dysfunction
  • Paul H. Wender
  • Part I. Epidemiology and social implications of learning disabilities
  • Part III. Genetic and maturational variables in relation to learning disabilities
  • Reading retardation in children : developmental lag or deficit?
  • Byron P. Rourke
  • Handedness, footedness, eyedness : a prospective study with special reference to the development of speech and language skills
  • Annetta Karâa McBurney and Henry G. Dunn
  • Developmental stratagems organizing intellectual skills : evidence from studies of temporal lobectomy for epilepsy
  • David C. Taylor
  • Neurobehavioral relationships in young children : some remarks on concepts and methods
  • Alex F. Kalverboer
  • Part IV. Cerebral dominance and learning disabilities
  • Prevalence estimates and the need for definition of learning disabilities
  • Sex differences in the neuropsychological development of verbal and spatial skills
  • Anthony W.H. Buffery
  • Development of laterality-reading patterns
  • Dirk J. Bakker, Jetty Teunissen, Joop Bosch
  • Lateralization in severely disabled readers in relation to functional cerebral development and synthesis of information
  • Che K. Leong
  • Abnormal right hemisphere specialization in developmental dyslexia
  • Sandra F. Witelson
  • Cognitive style and specialized hemispheric processing in learning disability
  • Morton P. Friedman, B. LaRue Guyer-Christie, Alexander Tymchuk
  • William H. Gaddes
  • Cognitive approach to hemispheric dominance
  • Luigi Pizzamiglio
  • Cerebral dominance and reading disability : an old problem revisited
  • Paul Satz
  • Part V. Perceptual factors as determinants of learning disabilities
  • Exploring the relations between reading and speech
  • Donald Shankweiler and Isabelle Y. Liberman
  • Auditory perceptual factors in language and learning disabilities
  • Paula Tallal
  • Developmental spelling retardation
  • Epidemiology and social implications of specific reading retardation
  • Hazel E. Nelson and Elizabeth K. Warrington
  • Ocular-motor variables in reading disorders
  • Gerald Leisman and Joddy Schwartz
  • Part VI. Implications of drug studies for the origins of learning disabilities
  • Drugs and dosages : implications for learning disabilities
  • Robert L. Sprague and Esther K. Sleator
  • Drugs to improve learning in man : implications and neuropsychological analysis
  • Stuart J. Dimond
  • Effects of stimulant drug therapy on learning behaviors in hyperactive/MBD children
  • H. John van Duyne
  • William Yule and Michael Rutter
  • Learning disabilities and stimulant drugs in children : theoretical implications
  • C. Keith Conners
  • Part VII. Research strategies and models for learning disabilities
  • Evaluation of two models for learning disabilities
  • Donald G. Doehring
  • Perceptual and cognitive factors as determinants of learning disabilities : a review chapter with special emphasis on attentional factors
  • Virginia I. Douglas
  • Cognitive-functional approach to cognitive factors as determinants of learning disabilities
  • Donald Meichenbaum
  • Part VIII. Post-conference summary
  • Follow-up study of children with specific (or primary) reading disability
  • Neuropsychology of learning disorders : post-conference review
  • Otfried Spreen
  • Ronald L. Trites and Christine Fiedorowicz
  • Part II. Physiological and biochemical correlates of learning disabilities
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xvi, 532 pages
Isbn
9780839109518
Lccn
76029072
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)02401733
  • (OCoLC)ocm02401733
Label
The Neuropsychology of learning disorders : theoretical approaches : proceedings of an international conference, Korsør, Denmark, June 15-18, 1975, sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Scientific Affairs Division, Carleton University, the Pickering Fund ; edited by Robert M. Knights and Dirk J. Bakker
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 469-521
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Biochemical and electroencephalographic correlates of learning disabilities
  • John R. Hughes
  • Focused arousal and 40-Hz EEG
  • Daniel E. Sheer
  • Psychophysiological study of methylphenidate responders and nonresponders
  • H. Bruce Ferguson, Suzanne Simpson, Ronald L. Trites
  • Physiological responses in intrasensory and intersensory integration of auditory and visual signals by normal and deficit readers
  • Maureen Julianne Levine
  • Hypothesis for a possible biochemical basis of minimal brain dysfunction
  • Paul H. Wender
  • Part I. Epidemiology and social implications of learning disabilities
  • Part III. Genetic and maturational variables in relation to learning disabilities
  • Reading retardation in children : developmental lag or deficit?
  • Byron P. Rourke
  • Handedness, footedness, eyedness : a prospective study with special reference to the development of speech and language skills
  • Annetta Karâa McBurney and Henry G. Dunn
  • Developmental stratagems organizing intellectual skills : evidence from studies of temporal lobectomy for epilepsy
  • David C. Taylor
  • Neurobehavioral relationships in young children : some remarks on concepts and methods
  • Alex F. Kalverboer
  • Part IV. Cerebral dominance and learning disabilities
  • Prevalence estimates and the need for definition of learning disabilities
  • Sex differences in the neuropsychological development of verbal and spatial skills
  • Anthony W.H. Buffery
  • Development of laterality-reading patterns
  • Dirk J. Bakker, Jetty Teunissen, Joop Bosch
  • Lateralization in severely disabled readers in relation to functional cerebral development and synthesis of information
  • Che K. Leong
  • Abnormal right hemisphere specialization in developmental dyslexia
  • Sandra F. Witelson
  • Cognitive style and specialized hemispheric processing in learning disability
  • Morton P. Friedman, B. LaRue Guyer-Christie, Alexander Tymchuk
  • William H. Gaddes
  • Cognitive approach to hemispheric dominance
  • Luigi Pizzamiglio
  • Cerebral dominance and reading disability : an old problem revisited
  • Paul Satz
  • Part V. Perceptual factors as determinants of learning disabilities
  • Exploring the relations between reading and speech
  • Donald Shankweiler and Isabelle Y. Liberman
  • Auditory perceptual factors in language and learning disabilities
  • Paula Tallal
  • Developmental spelling retardation
  • Epidemiology and social implications of specific reading retardation
  • Hazel E. Nelson and Elizabeth K. Warrington
  • Ocular-motor variables in reading disorders
  • Gerald Leisman and Joddy Schwartz
  • Part VI. Implications of drug studies for the origins of learning disabilities
  • Drugs and dosages : implications for learning disabilities
  • Robert L. Sprague and Esther K. Sleator
  • Drugs to improve learning in man : implications and neuropsychological analysis
  • Stuart J. Dimond
  • Effects of stimulant drug therapy on learning behaviors in hyperactive/MBD children
  • H. John van Duyne
  • William Yule and Michael Rutter
  • Learning disabilities and stimulant drugs in children : theoretical implications
  • C. Keith Conners
  • Part VII. Research strategies and models for learning disabilities
  • Evaluation of two models for learning disabilities
  • Donald G. Doehring
  • Perceptual and cognitive factors as determinants of learning disabilities : a review chapter with special emphasis on attentional factors
  • Virginia I. Douglas
  • Cognitive-functional approach to cognitive factors as determinants of learning disabilities
  • Donald Meichenbaum
  • Part VIII. Post-conference summary
  • Follow-up study of children with specific (or primary) reading disability
  • Neuropsychology of learning disorders : post-conference review
  • Otfried Spreen
  • Ronald L. Trites and Christine Fiedorowicz
  • Part II. Physiological and biochemical correlates of learning disabilities
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xvi, 532 pages
Isbn
9780839109518
Lccn
76029072
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)02401733
  • (OCoLC)ocm02401733

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