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by Jerel E Del Dotto,Byron P. Rourke


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Learning Disabilities book. Learning Disabilities: A Neuropsychological Perspective (Developmental Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry).

Learning Disabilities book. 0803953534 (ISBN13: 9780803953536).

Learning Disabilities" explores learning disabilities among children and adolescents.

Compared children with ADD+H and children with ADD-H who were selected from consecutive referrals to a hospital-based neuropsychology clinic on measures reflecting academic functioning and learning disabilities. The groups did not differ in the proportion of children who were retained in their grade placement, mean performance in academic subjects, or in the percentage of children with learning disabilities. Developmental clinical psychology and psychiatry, Vol. 30. Article. Byron Patrick Rourke. Learning Disabilities" explores learning disabilities among children and adolescents.

Using an Ecological Clinical Neuropsychology Approach to Understanding .

Neuropsychological foundations of learning disabilities: A handbook of issues, methods, and practice.

Learning disabilities: A neuropsychological perspective.

Byron P. Rourke is Professor of Psychology and University . Rourke is Professor of Psychology and University Professor at the University of Windsor and a member of the faculty of the Child Study Center, School of Medicine, Yale University. ROURKE, P. is professor of psychology. Disabilities of arithmetic of child-clinical neuropsychology: An introduction. Lisse, The and mathematical reasoning: Perspectives from neurology Netherlands: Swets & Zeitlinger. University of Windsor, and clinical professor. School of Medicine, Yale University. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW Specific subtypal definitions. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 30, Sweeney, J. & Rourke, B. P. (1978). Neuropsychological signif- 34-46. icance of phonetically accurate and phonetically inaccurate Rourke, B. & Del Dotto, J. E. (1994).

Rourke, Byron P. (1987). Nonverbal Learning Disabilities: A Clinical Perspective. Syndrome of nonverbal learning disabilities: The final common pathway of white-matter disease/dysfunction?". Clinical Neuropsychologist. a b Fine, Jodene Goldenring; Musielak, Kayla . Semrud-Clikeman, Margaret (2014). Mathematical disabilities: Reflections on cognitive, neuropsychological, and genetic components". Learning and Individual Differences.

30. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 150-160) and index. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

Development and Validation of the Smith Learning Disabilities Screen

Development and Validation of the Smith Learning Disabilities Screen. Journal of College Reading and Learning, Vol. 30, Issue. Address correspondence to: Byron P. Rourke, Department of Psychology, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario N9B 3P4, Canada. A case of developmental right hemisphere dysfunction: Implications for psychiatric diagnosis and management. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 50, 70–71. Bonjean, C. Hill, R. & McLemore, S. D. (1967). Sociological measurement: An inventory of scales and indices.

Eileen B. Fennell, P. Developed by Byron P. Rourke and elucidated in his previous work, th. . Professor of Clinical and Health Psychology and Neurology, University of Florida. Byron Rourke has been a pioneer in developing the concept of a syndrome of nonverbal disabilities and foremost in study of its manifestations. His ideas on how to integrate findings on brain abnormalities and on associated cognitive and behavioral malfunction are constructively provocative and controversial. Rourke and elucidated in his previous work, the "white matter model" was designed to encompass the complex manifestations and neurophysiological underpinnings of the NLD syndrome.

Aimed at improving both our understanding of dysfunction and clinical intervention, this accessible volume on learning disabilities among children and adolescents explores: research and professional practice; subtypes of learning disability; and dimensions of psychosocial functioning. An introduction to a comprehensive, cohesive model of neuropsychological assessment and intervention is also provided.

Detailed case studies - exemplifying major subtypes of learning disabilities - illustrate the application of general principles derived from research to the clinical imperatives of day-to-day practice.


Learning Disabilities: A Neuropsychological Perspective (Developmental Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry) download epub
Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: Jerel E Del Dotto,Byron P. Rourke
ISBN: 0803953542
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc (May 4, 1994)
Pages: 176 pages